P&G closes in on zero-waste & renewables targets
A good example of yet another large manufacturer focusing on targets specific to renewable energy and zero-waste to landfill. Are they doing this because it feels good? Quite the opposite, it makes good business sense - reduces costs and increases productivity!
- P&G claims to have increased the number of manufacturing sites that deliver zero-waste-to-landfill by 17%
- The combined heat and power (CHP) facility in Georgia, US produces 100% of the steam and a large portion of total energy used to make Bounty and Charmin at P&G’s Albany manufacturing plant. Alongside a windfarm in Texas, the project is set to take P&G two-thirds of the way to its 2020 goal to ensure 30% of energy is from renewable sources.
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