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Lockheed Martin Missiles and Fire Control

Year Submitted: 2005

Process: EHS Administration

Industry: Aircraft Manufacturing

Wastes Reduced: Hazardous waste, solid waste

Location: Dallas TX

No. of employees: 2800

Contact: Biff Bivens

Phone: 972/603-2977



Description:

Lockheed Martin created the Environmental Health and Safety Perfomance Management Team (EHS PMT) in April 2001 to identify waste minimization and pollution prevention opportunities, process improvements and cost savings. The ESH PMT meets weekly to discuss progress toward yearly goals, such as to implement source reduction activities, conduct ESH awareness campaigns, implement energy productivity items, reduce chemical waste volume from the previous year, increase the percentage of waste that's recycled, and achieve cost savings or avoidances of $1 million through process improvements.

P2 Application:

The cross functional team is composed of fifteen members from 7 departments. Since its inception in April 2001 the EHS PMT has implemented over 85 process improvement projects.

  • Total Cost Savings: $300,000.00

Details of Reductions

  • Hazardous waste
    Comments: Decreased hazardous waste production by 40%. Examples of hazardous waste reduced are paint and parts washer solvents, and coolant.
  • Solid waste
    Comments: Reduced solid waste by 76%. Examples of solid wastes reduced include paper, cardboard, wood, computers, circuit boards, tin, aluminum cans, plastic bottles, and toner cartridges.

  • Comments: Increased recycling by 213%

Additional Information :

Reduced hazardous waste production by 40%.

Source: TCEQ



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