The following reports present the results of ERP projects implemented by state programs.  When you click on the links below, you leave the Consortium site and go to the website where the report is posted (except when [PDF] is indicated).

Region 5 States Autobody ERP: assessed whether six states and EPA Region 5 can work together to implement a regional ERP for over 5,000 urban autobody shops, and measured the resulting compliance increases.
Summary:  Region 5 States ERP for the Autobody Refinishing Shops Project [PDF]
December 2013, 4pp.
Full Report:  Region 5 Autobody Refinishing Environmental Results Program Evaluation [PDF]
September 2013, 114pp.

Rhode Island Underground Storage Tank ERP: assessed whether an ERP model can be as effective or more effective in achieving regulatory compliance, at reduced cost, as traditional facility-by-facility inspection and enforcement programs.
Underground Storage Tanks Alternative Inspection Approach and the 2005 Energy Policy Act
December 2009, 41 pp.
Article published in Risk AnalysisReducing Drinking Water Supply Chemical Contamination Risks from Underground Storage Tanks [PDF]
2012, 14 pp.

Rhode Island Auto Refinishing ERP: assessed whether a voluntary ERP model can be an effective method to improve regulatory compliance.
Article published in the American Journal of Public HealthEnvironmental Health Practice:  Statistically Based Performance Measurement [PDF]

May 2007, 6 pp.

Vermont Underground Storage Tank ERP: addressed more than 1,000 retail gasoline facilities and measured compliance improvements.
Final Report - Environmental Results Program - VT: Underground Storage Tank Facilities
March 2010, 15 pp.

Washington State Autobody ERP:  addressed more than 500 auto body shops in the Puget Sound region and Spokane River basin.
Washington State Autobody Project Report
September 2011, 113 pp.

Wisconsin Printer ERP Project:  addressed air, waste, and water regulations affecting more than 1,500 small print shops.
Printing Sector Environmental Results Program Evaluation
July 2009, 71 pp.

NEWMOA Common Measures Project
targeted facilities that generate small quantities of hazardous waste (SQGs). Ten state programs each performed a statistically valid number of facility inspections using a common inspection format. The performance data for each state was compared to the other states to highlight differences and identify the state oversight practices associated with higher performance.

The States Common Measures Project Website
Final Report December 2009, 109 pp.

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