The EKAT team of M2 Technologies, Kansas State University, and CABEM has been awarded a contract to enhance the EKAT application. The upgrade initiatives include: PESHE upgrade and enhancements, NEPA modularity, an Emergency Response Tool, enhancements to the Systems evaluation tool, as well as ongoing maintenance and update requirements to existing capabilities. A dedicated EKAT application is available free of charge to qualified users. Contact Jay Fredkin at CABEM technologies if you are interested in free access to the pollution prevention environmental software.