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Missouri Environmental Assistance Center
 
Name: Missouri Environmental Assistance Center
Division: Missouri Business Development Program, University of Missouri Extension
URL: http://www.missouribusiness.net/eac/index.asp
Social Media: https://twitter.com/MObusinessNet
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http://www.youtube.com/mosbtdc
Profile: The Missouri Environmental Assistance Center (MOEAC) is the one-stop resource for pollution prevention and environmental compliance assistance for Missouri small businesses. MOEAC helps businesses improve business efficiency and save money through reducing or eliminating waste, and understand and navigate the complicated area of environmental permits and regulations. MOEAC is a partnership of the University of Missouri Extension Business Development Program and the College of Engineering, with funding provided by the US Environmental Protection Agency. MOEAC is a member of the EPA Region 7 Pollution Prevention Roundtable.
Address: Missouri Environmental Assistance Center, University of Missouri Extension, 200 Engineering Building North
Columbia, MO
65211
Phone: 573-882-5011
Email
Contact Person: Marie Steinwachs - Director

Clients:

Administrative Agencies, Educational Institutions, Industrial Organizations, Non-profit Organizations, Small Business

Expertise:

Compliance, Conservation of Natural Resources, Cost Accounting, Energy Auditing, Engineering, Environmental Management (ISO 14000), Management, Pollution Prevention, Process Modification, Recycling, Waste Management, Water Conservation

Resources:

Assessment, Curricula, Information Services, Intern Programs, Internet, Research, Site Assessments, Workshops

Program Types:

Educational Institution, Energy Efficiency Program, Small Business Development Center (SBDC), State Government