The Pennsylvania SBDCs' Environmental Management Assistance Program (EMAP) is a no-cost, strictly confidential statewide service. By contacting your local SBDC you can take advantage of this service. 

HOW EMAP CAN HELP

Environmental consultants are located throughout Pennsylvania and will be able to assist you in the following areas:

  • News and information on environmental regulatory requirements that small businesses need to know

  • Confidential one-on-one assistance for understanding environmental permit and compliance requirements including air, water, waste, storage tank and other regulatory requirements

  • One-on-one consultation to help you understand the regulatory requirements at your business

  • On-site assessments

  • Emissions calculations

  • Assisting with the preparation and submittal of requests for determinations, permit applications and plans.

  • Explaining permit requirements and setting up customized record keeping and reporting systems

  • Finding alternative materials and processes to help reduce your regulatory burden

  • Helping you “go green” and become a more sustainable business

  • Industry sector information

  • Environmental training seminars

  • Liaison to regulatory enforcement agencies

  • Links to additional sources of technical and financial assistance

 

No Fees for Our Services

EMAP SERVICES

Green Your

Business

Pollution

Prevention

New Technology

Development

Compliance

Assistance

Energy

Efficiency

Worker

Health & Safety

ABOUT EMAP SERVICES

EMAP provides Pennsylvania small businesses with the answers and assistance they need to effectively manage their environmental concerns and reduce regulatory risks.

In working with EMAP, startup and existing small businesses can benefit.  EMAP provides one-on-one environmental compliance assistance to small business owners in all industry sectors - retail, commercial and industrial. Whether you are an auto body shop, dry cleaner, manufacturer, brewery, or printer EMAP will provide the help you need.

You can reach EMAP by calling our confidential environmental hotline, (877) ASK-EMAP, or by visiting www.askemap.org.

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