I produced a large number of commentaries on EPA regulations when I was a staffer for RTK NET; the projects listed below only include those done through Grassroots Connection. Published reports are included elsewhere.
|2009 TRI conference presentation
|My presentation at the financial data panel at this conference.
|I was sometimes asked to be a one-day guest lecturer for an undergraduate-level university course; this is the Web version of a one-page two-sided flyer that I created in order to give the students a brief summary of major U.S. toxics-related environmental databases, how to obtain them, and common problems with their use.
|1999 RTK NET conference presentation
|I chaired the panel on "data gaps" at this conference; my presentation describes what data gaps are and gives examples in the areas of toxics, ecological, and global climate change information.
|CEC report checking
|Not precisely a technical writing project, this contract involved checking some of the numbers produced by another contractor for the CEC's report comparing U.S. and Canadian toxic release data.
|EPA TRI CD-ROM manual
|EPA hired Grassroots Connection to write its requirements document for the TRI CD-ROM, to beta test the program, and to write the manual.
|Peer review of EPA's RMP Guidance Document for Chemical Distributors
|I was asked to peer review a guidance document intended to help chemical distributors fill out their Risk Management Plan reports.
|USPIRG Toxics Data Flyer
|FLyer for U.S.PIRG, designed to inform grassroots activists about toxics data sources on the Web and which sources were good for which kinds of data.
Email: Rich Puchalsky