Waste Not Want Not: Chapter 05: Industry Leadership
Chapter Abstract: This is clip 5 of 7 for this video. Integrated Waste Management is best implemented on the local level, and must be led by industry. Industry has been able to reduce costs and become more competitive by reducing waste. Successful source reduction programs share 4 common traits. 1) The program starts with corporate management. 2) The program is designed for active employee involvement. 3) A new tracking system is put in place to manage the waste stream in every aspect of production. 4) The final step is the evaluation of costs and savings.
Author: U.S. EPA Region IV
Publication Date: 1990
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|Chapter 01: Introduction|
|Chapter 02: The Problem|
|Chapter 03: The Solution|
|Chapter 04: Integrated Waste Management|
|Chapter 05: Industry Leadership|
|Chapter 06: State and Local Government Cooperation/ Credits|
|Chapter 07: A Message from Jerry Kotas|
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Nebraska Department of Environmental Quality, NDEQ