Manufacturer of gray and ductile iron items and has been in operation for 70 years. In 1995, the management of the facility decided to change their environmental management system.
A change in corporate culture resulted in an improved environmental management system. This resulted in the improvements in the areas of: Waste segregation; Employee training and awareness; Raw material management; Facility recycling program.
2500 cubic yards of non-hazardous foundry sand over 2 years. Reduction of total solids in storm water runoff from 1840 ppm in 1992 to 114 ppm in 1996. Improved corporate citizenship & public image. Improved work place conditions. Improved productivity. Improved profitablity.
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$25,000 in disposal costs.
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