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Section 2:
Painting & Fiberglass Repair
- Abrasive Blasting

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Research Triangle Institute: Abrasive Blasting Operations, click here.
This site provides information on alternative blasting technologies such as wheat starch blasting, and includes case studies, economic data, and environmental requirements.

Plastic Media Blasting for Recreational Boats, click here. Excerpt from New York Sea Grant's Stormwater Runoff Best Management Practices for Marinas: A Guide for Operators.

Environmental Compliance and Pollution Prevention for Small Quantity Generators, click here. This manual written by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation contains information on hazardous waste regulations in New York.

Environmental Self-Audit for Small Business, click here. A guide produced by the New York State Department of Environmental Conservation to help owners determine whether a small business is in compliance with environmental requirements.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation Web site, click here.
Includes information on petroleum and chemical bulk storage tanks and regulations.

New York State Department of Environmental Conservation's Division of Solid and Hazardous Materials, click here. Responsible for making hazardous waste determinations, reviewing waste reduction plans, hazardous waste permitting and handling used oil.

National Management Measures to Control Nonpoint Source Pollution from Marinas and Recreational Boating, click here.
USEPA technical guidance and reference document for use by State, local, and tribal managers in the implementation of nonpoint source pollution management programs. It contains information on suggested techniques for reducing pollution of surface water runoff from marinas and recreational boating.