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Federal Home Products

Year Submitted: 2003

Process: Improved management practices.

Industry: Household product manufacturer

Wastes Reduced: Non-hazardous solid waste

Substance: Stormwater

Location: Ruston LA

Contact: John C. Law

Phone: (318)254-5409



Description:

The facility is located within an industrial park on approximately 31 acres in Ruston, Louisiana. There was a threat of strorm water runoff contamination. The wastes were reduced by improving management practices.

P2 Application:

Improved management practices.

Environmental Benefits:

Prevention of storm water contamination. 38% reduction of non-hazardous solid waste.

Details of Reductions

Source: LDEQ



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