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Waste Reduction Partners

Waste Reduction Partners, a team of highly experienced volunteer and retired engineers and scientists, provides North Carolina businesses, industries, and institutions with waste, water, and energy reduction assessments and technical assistance. The WRP team conducts on-site assessments and provides consulting services to businesses and public facilities throughout North Carolina. The program focuses on pollution prevention, operating efficiency improvements, and cost effectiveness. WRP services are grant-sponsored or supported through technical service contracts to provide assistance to its clients at no cost. All services are non-regulatory and confidential.

Since 2000, Waste Reduction Partners’ team of retired professionals has provided more than 158,000 hours of “pro bono” technical expertise to businesses, manufacturers, and institutions. This unique team of volunteers is dedicated to achieving a better quality of life for all North Carolinians.

For more information: wastereductionpartners.org.

Waste Reduction Partners Scientist Elaine Marten at General Shale | Image Credit: Waste Reduction Partners Waste Reduction Partners field engineers helping manufacturers be more efficient and competitive | Image Credit: Waste Reduction Partners Waste Reduction Partners Engineer Ron Miller working with a small business client | Image Credit: Waste Reduction Partners Waste Reduction Partners Engineer Ross Akin on Waste Reduction strategies | Image Credit: Waste Reduction Partners Waste Reduction Partners field engineers helping manufacturers be more efficient and competitive | Image Credit: Waste Reduction Partners

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