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EPA An Introduction to Environmental Accounting As A Business Management Tool: An Introduction to Environmental Accounting As A Business Management Tool: Key Concepts And Terms United States Office of Pollution EPA 742-R-95-001 Environmental Protection Prevention And Toxics June 1995 Agency (MC 7409) Washington, D.C. 20460 )
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- iii. - U.S. Environmental Protection Agency Design for the Environment Program Environmental Accounting Project This paper was prepared by ICF Incorporated under EPA Contract No. 68-W2-0008, Work Assignment 82. The EPA Work Assignment Managers were Marty Spitzer and Holly Elwood. Carlos Lago served as the EPA Project Officer. The ICF Work Assignment Manager was Paul Bailey.
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Disclaimer This primer refers to environmental accounting activities at several companies in North America. These examples are by no means exhaustive of the many laudable efforts underway to implement environmental accounting at firms in many different industries. Moreover, by mentioning these examples, EPA is not necessarily endorsing their approaches or terminology. - iv. - Acknowledgments The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) would like to thank all of the individuals who took the time to review earlier drafts of this paper and offered their helpful comments and suggestions. Their contributions are very much appreciated. The reviewers included the following individuals: Robert W. Backes, Manager Accounting Implementation and Control Schering-Plough Corporation Corinne Boone Advisor: Full Cost Accounting Environmental and Sustainable Development Division Ontario Hydro Rick Brenner Strategic Planning and Prevention Division EPA, Federal Facilities Enforcement Office Mary Ann Curran Risk Reduction Engineering Laboratory EPA, Office of Research and Development Paul P. Danesi, Jr., Controller Worldwide Products Texas Instruments, Inc. Daryl Ditz, Associate World Resources Institute Julian Freedman Director of Research Institute of Management Accountants George Garland Municipal and Industrial Solid Waste Division EPA, Office of Solid Waste Terri Goldberg Pollution Prevention Program Manager Northeast Waste Management Officials’ Association (NEWMOA) Lou Jones, Manager Corporate Accounting Caterpillar Company Joseph J. Martin, CMA Assistant Controller IBM Corporation Robert C. Miller Assistant Controller Boeing Commercial Airplane Group Edward W. Trott, CPA Partner KPMG Peat Marwick Keith Weitz Environmental Scientist Research Triangle Institute Allen White, Director Risk Analysis Group Tellus Institute Jeannie Wood, Manager AT&T Global Information Solutions - v. -
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Dr. Marty Spitzer, EPA Office of the Administrator, deserves special recognition for preparing earlier versions of this paper and offering his thoughts throughout the preparation and review of subsequent drafts.
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