Regional Collaboration For Advancing Paint Stewardship Programs and Legislation in the Northeast
State product stewardship council members, local and state government officials, and organizations working to advance paint product stewardship regionally are invited to attend a meeting on Northeast Paint Product Stewardship:
Tuesday, March 5, 2013
8:30 a.m. – 4:00 p.m. EST
U.S. Environmental Protection Agency
5 Post Office Square
Boston, MA 02109-3912
Registration will be limited to 60 in-person attendees
Phone Call-in Available (register to participate by phone here)
Please note that 5 Post Office Sq. is a federal building on U.S. General Services Administration property. The public entrance to the building is on Congress Street. Visitors entering the building must pass through security systems and all belongings will be x-rayed. A valid ID may be required for entry and, like all Federal buildings, please allow a reasonable amount time to pass through a security screening; PSI suggests arriving at least 30 minutes early (8:00am) to the meeting.
Once through security, walk up the stairs straight towards the elevators which will be on your left. Take the elevator to the 15th floor to the small court room which will be on your left.
Refreshments (coffee/tea) will be served from 8:30am-9:00am and lunch will be provided to all attendees.
Directions to U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Boston Office
Map of Area
State Street (Orange Line): Follow Congress Street south (away from City Hall & Faneuil Hall/Quincy Market) approximately 2 blocks. EPA's the building at 5 Post Office Square (John W. McCormack Post Office) will be on your right.
Government Center Station (Green Line): Walk towards Court Street (away from the Station and City Hall) and take a left onto Court Street. Walk 4 blocks and take a right on to Congress Street following the street south for 2 blocks. EPA's the building at 5 Post Office Square (John W. McCormack Post Office) will be on your right.
MBTA South Station (Commuter Rail): Follow Federal Street heading north for approximately 3 blocks and take a right on to Franklin Street. EPA's the building at 5 Post Office Square (John W. McCormack Post Office) will be on your left in two blocks.
From the North: Take 93 South to 20A toward South Station and merge onto Purchase Street. Turn right onto Summer Street. Take the 1st right onto High Street and then take the 1st left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street Garage will be near the end of the block (intersection of Federal and Milk Street) of your left.
From the South: Take 93 North to exit 20 toward Worcester/South Station. Follow signs for Chinatown and continue straight. Continue straight onto Lincoln Street and turn right onto Summer Street. Take the 1st right onto High Street and then take the 1st left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street Garage will be near the end of the block (intersection of Federal and Milk Street) of your left.
From the West: Take the Mass Pike east (I-90 E) to exit 24. At the exit 24 split go to the left following signs for "Exit 24A-B 93 North/S.Station/Concord NH.” Continue toward Atlantic Avenue and go straight. Turn left on to Summer Street. Take the 1st right onto High Street and then take the 1st left onto Federal Street. One Federal Street Garage will be near the end of the block (intersection of Federal and Milk Street) of your left.
All day parking for this event is available for $25 at the One Federal Street Garage (1 Federal St, Boston, MA 02110) which is located directly across from the John W. McCormack Post Office and Courthouse on the corner of Federal and Milk Street.
Within 1/2 mile of the EPA office:
1/2 to 1 mile of the EPA office:
Final Meeting Agenda
Final Participant List
Questions? Contact Mike Younis at (617) 236-4853, or Michael@productstewardship.us
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