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Coca-Cola - Dallas Syrup Plant

Year Submitted: 2009

Process: Waste Collection

Industry: Food/Beverage Manufacturing

Wastes Reduced: cardboard, plastic, paper

Location: Dallas TX

No. of employees: 118

Contact: Brad Cozart



Description:

Company-wide focus on removing recyclables from landfiled wastel led to the removal of corrugated cardboard, plastic (HDPE, PET, LDPE) and paper from landfill waste stream.

P2 Application:

Provided bins for the segregation of rcyclable and non-recyclable materials in plant work areas.  Cardboard, plastic and paper were also removed form landfill-destined wastes at the central collection area.  Found recyclers for cardboard, plastics and paper.

Details of Reductions

  • 82.0 - ton of   cardboard, plastic, paper

Additional Information :

The Dallas Plant reduced landfill-destined waste and recovered costs at the same time.


Source: TCEQ



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