Empty totes take up space, not just in your facility but also in our overcrowded landfills. You can use the Tennessee Materials Marketplace to help get them out of your way, knowing they will be given another life or disposed of properly.
Does your company have waste or by-product materials that are currently going to landfill? Or are you looking to secure recycled material streams to reduce use of virgin feedstocks? If yes, sign up on the Michigan Materials Marketplace and let us help you divert waste from landfills, drive cost savings, energy savings, and create new business opportunities.
The auto industry has long been at the forefront of innovation, particularly when it comes to manufacturing processes and materials management. Back in the early 1900s, Henry Ford was famous for introducing vertical integration into manufacturing processes.
General Motors thinks of waste as a resource out of place. To help make the zero-waste mindset more mainstream, the company engages others in its mission, including students. Most recently it was Texas A&M University’s College of Architecture helping reimagine waste materials to keep them in use.
The Ohio Materials Marketplace ended year one (April 4, 2017 – April 4, 2018) with 3,362,000 pounds of material diverted from Ohio’s landfills and saved participating companies more than $153,000 through virgin material substitution costs and avoided landfill costs.