Evaluation  Card
                     Design for the Environment
                     Lithography Project
Please check which information product(s)—documents, videos, etc.—you are evaluating:

L3  DfE Lithography Project Fact Sheet (EPA 744-F-95-005)

CU  CTSA: Lithographic Blanket Washes (EPA 744-R-95-008)

d  CTSA Booklet: Evaluating Blanket Washes (EPA 744-F-96-009)

[U  DfE Lithography Project Case Study #1 (EPA 744-K-93-001)   .

[U  DfE Lithography Project Case Study #2 (EPA 744-F-96-001)

CU  DfE Lithography Project Bulletin #1 (EPA 744-F-96-002)

CD  DfE Lithography Project: Bulletin #2 (EPA 744-F-96-008)

CU  DfE Lithography Project Bulletin #3 (EPA 744-F-96-014)

L~H  DfE Lithography Project Bulletin #4 (EPA 744-F-96-015)

LTD  Printing Industry and Use Cluster Profile (EPA 744-R-94-003)

LJ  Federal Environmental Regulations—Commercial Printing (EPA 744-B-94-001)

EH  DfE Focus Group Discussions-Printing Industry (EPA 742-R-94-004)

LJ  Other (please specify)	:	
Form Approved
OMB Control No. 2090-0019
Approval Expires 10/31/99

Based on the information productfs) checked on the reverse page:

1. Please rate the information content:
   Not Useful                        Somewhat Useful              Very Useful
  .1                 2                3               4             5
2. Please rate the readability:
   Hard to Understand           .         Average
         1                 2  '      .        3
3. Please rate the overall value to you:
   Not Valuable                     Somewhat Valuable
         1                 2                3
4. Would you recommend this information to others in the lithographic printing
   industry? Why or why not?
   CH  Yes            d]  No
                                                     Easy to Understand
                                                     4             5

                                                          Very Valuable
                                                     4             5
5. How likely are you to use the information provided in your print shop or place
   of business?
   Not Likely               .     Somewhat Likely                     Very Likely
      12                 3                 45
6. How did you obtain this information?
   CH Received Through Direct Mailing     LJ
                                       Picked Up at Workshop/Seminar
I Placed Order                       LJ Other (please specify)   ,
I Picked Up at Trade Show/Conference     	
7.  From which source did you receive this information?
   CH Pollution Prevention Information
       Clearinghouse (PPIC)
   CH Technical Assistance Program (TAP)
   I   I University/Community College
   (HI Another Printer
   CD State Regulatory Agency (please
                                    I—I National Center for Environmental
                                        Publications and Information (NCEPI)
                                    CH Trade Association
                                    I   I Manufacturing Extension Partnership (MEP)
                                    LJ Small Business Development Center (S8DC)
                                    LJ Other (please specify)
8. Had you heard of EPA's DfE program before?      LJ Yes     LJ  No
9. What do you consider the best way to communicate information about pollu-
   tion prevention opportunities available to lithographic printers? Please rank
   your top three choices in priority order, with #1  being the best method:
   	Written Case Studies and:Bulletins	Presentations at Industry Conferences
   	Video Presentations      ;          	Workshops and Seminars
   	Internet and World Wide Web      	Software
   _ Trade Journal Articles              	Other (please specify)	
10. Which of the following best describes your place of business?
   	Print Shop             ••          	Public Interest Group
   	Supplier                        .  	Government
   	Trade Assodation                  	Assistance Provider
   	Consultant              \          	Other (please specify)	
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Division, United States Environmental Protection Agency (Mail Code 2137), 401 M Street, SW, Washington, D.C 20460; and
to the Office of Information & Regulatory Affairs, Office of Management & Budget, 725 17th Street, NW, Washington, DC
20503, Attention: Desk Officer for EPA. Include the EPA ICR number and the OMB control number in any correspondence.

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