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 pollution prevention environmental software.