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Small Business Environmental Assistance Program (SBEAP)

If you have questions about environmental regulations, the Small Business Environmental Assistance Program can help you with free, confidential assistance. Whether you have a boiler, use paints or solvents, print or manufacture, or are interested in purchasing or developing a property, we are a one-stop-shop that can help you navigate environmental rules and regulations.

A small business can receive assistance in many ways:

• Call the program’s toll-free helpline, 855-889-3021
• Email
• Review resources provided on the program’s web pages
• Use the DNR’s Permit Primer
• Subscribe to the electronic newsletter, the Small Business Advisor


Any business in Wisconsin with fewer than 100 employees can receive compliance and pollution prevention assistance.

Top Benefits

  • Get one-on-one help with environmental requirements
  • Obtain a translation of complex federal and state regulations on air pollution, water and waste management
  • Receive updates on the latest regulations that could affect your business
  • Learn of trainings, webinars and informational materials targeted to small businesses
  • Be better informed about environmental regulations
  • Discover ways to reduce pollution and costs
  • Reduce your liability and potential for penalties
  • Get connected to other programs and financial resources for small business

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