Read this unique perspective on environmental sustainability to learn:
- How metals and plastics are made and what happens when they are recycled
- The challenges that manufacturers face when trying to make their facilities and products less toxic and less wasteful
- How manufacturers can extract the value of materials while doing less damage to human health and the environment
- The role of individuals, agencies, and governments in improving the use and reuse of materials
- How regulations can stifle or promote innovation
- How smart companies are embracing the triple bottom line—profit, people, planet—to yield creative solutions that make manufacturing safer and less wasteful
- Why some big corporations painted as evildoers deserve a second look.
- How reporting standards are making it easier to get a full picture of a company’s environmental footprint
Get the inside scoop from:
- A business owner recycling scrap from airplane manufacturing
- A former geologist running a chain of donut shops
- Two entrepreneurs committed to improving e-waste processing
- An executive promoting social and environmental responsibility at a major electronics company
- A chemist developing safer cleaning products
- Consultants helping businesses embrace practices that save resources and money
- Other business professionals devoted to making the world a better place
Concerned citizens with or without a background in manufacturing or business will find surprising answers to the questions facing companies as they work toward making better use and reuse of materials. Readers will come away with a new awareness of the steps they can take to help the business world succeed in making manufacturing more sustainable and less wasteful.
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