Environmental Protection Agency

Through direct contract with EPA as well as serving as a sub under prime contractors, Full Circle has worked with the Environmental Protection Agency through headquarters, Region 5, Region 9, and Region 10.

Project support included: School Food Share, green purchasing support, naming and helping create and implement the still-active Federal Electronics Challenge, stakeholder engagement of auto shredders and auto dismantlers, and developing product stewardship approaches to end-of-life vehicle policy.

Related Projects

Packaging Life Cycle Assessment & Footprint Analysis

EPA is looking to apply LCA methods and tools to identify the environmental impacts of packaging materials, and support the adoption of Sustainable Materials Management

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Backhaul Alaska

Alaska’s rural communities are distinct from the entirety of the U.S. Their landfills are unlined, typically uncovered, and waste burning without emissions treatment is commonplace.

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School Food Share

School Food Share allows schools and food banks to work together to collect whole, packaged, uneaten cafeteria leftovers and share it within their community.

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Electronic Products Environmental Assessment Tool

EPEAT® is a comprehensive environmental rating system that helps identify greener computers and other electronic equipment. The EPEAT approach was conceived and developed through the collaboration

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Federal Electronics Challenge

The Federal Electronics Challenge (FEC) is a partnership program that encourages federal facilities and agencies to: purchase greener electronic products, reduce impacts of electronic products

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Automotive Product Stewardship Roadmap

Environmental policy on automobiles has traditionally focused on fuel efficiency and end-of-pipe emissions rather than considering the impacts and issues surrounding the automobile as a

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Auto Shred Residue: Stakeholder Engagement & Market Development

In this multi-year project, Full Circle’s Eden Mack and David Stitzhal have supported efforts by the WA State Department of Ecology and Region 10 EPA

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