US: Ford aims to cut waste to landfill 40% per vehicle by 2016
A cut in waste to landfill at Ford's Van Dyke transmission plant makes it the automaker's first zero waste facility after workers found a way to keep 10 tons of eight feet long, 350lb fabric coolant filters from being trashed monthly. The plant now diverts 15 tons of waste from landfill each month.
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