A recycling program can do a lot for a facility, like bolster the company’s “green” image, improve facility safety, and ensure compliance with recycling regulations to minimize the risk of fines.
This article from FacilitiesNet breaks down the implementation of a successful recycling program into three steps: establishing program objectives, conducting a waste audit, and viewing waste as commodity instead of garbage.
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