EPA Pollution Prevention Checklist for Highways and Bridges Mobile App
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The planning, design, construction, and operation/maintenance of highways and bridges can have a variety of effects on the environment.
How does it work?
They include the destruction or alteration of wildlife habitats, erosion, sedimentation, soil compaction, chemical pollution resulting from deicing activities, gaseous and particulate emissions from vehicles, contaminated roadway runoff, the generation of waste construction materials (including asphalt, concrete, metals, and wood), material from worn brake lining, and scrap rubber tires, as well as litter and other debris. Use the app to incorporate pollution prevention into designing alternatives and avoiding and mitigating environmental effects. The app includes a detailed checklist specific to highways and bridges. The Pollution Prevention Act (PPA), established a national policy mandating the incorporation of pollution prevention concepts and techniques into the operations and activities of the Federal Government. Pollution should be prevented or reduced at the source. The EPA Pollution Prevention Checklist for Highways and Bridges mobile app allows you to replace your paper prevention checklist with a cell phone, tablet or even a computer. The mobile form includes fields to document items such as date of pollution prevention check, company, the person completing the check of highways and bridges, title and captures a signature and records comments and corrective actions. Once the mobile app is filled out a secure PDF is generated. The PDF is easy to share, and a copy is stored in your account for your air quality control records. You can also use the App Builder to personalize and customize this mobile form.