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Unformatted text preview: ely 42 percent of the industry. Participating companies have reduced SF6 emissions rates from 17 percent in 1999 to 8.3 percent in 2005. Sectors most applicable: Metals mining; utilities/power marketers Business Guide to 40 A .S. EPA Climate Partnership Programs U Smart Growth Network Business Value: 3 q Brand/reputation protection/enhancement Web site: Services Offered: 3 q Guidebooks/toolkits 3 q Professional networking 3 q Public recognition 3 q Technical assistance www.epa.gov/smartgrowth www.smartgrowth.org Contact Information: Geoff Anderson (202) 566-2878 anderson.geoffrey@epa.gov Description: This is a partnership of government, business, and civic organizations that works to encour­ age land use development that serves the economy, the community, and the environment. Since its creation in late 1996, the Smart Growth Network (SGN) has become a storehouse of knowledge about smart growth principles, facilitating the sharing of best practices and acting as a catalyst for implementation of ideas. Business case: The high quality of life in communities that consider smart growth makes them eco­ nomically competitive, creates business opport...
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