06 Feb '12, 10am

Kraft Uses Stakeholder Engagement to Achieve Zero Waste in 36 Plants

Kraft Uses Stakeholder Engagement to Achieve Zero Waste in 36 Plants

Kraft used a model of employee engagement to come up with viable plans to reduce waste and help them reach their targets. In each country of their operation, the company asked their employees for suggestions on how to reduce waste. In the US, their Beaver Dam plant in Wisconsin that manufactures Philadelphia Cream Cheese built an anaerobic digester – this processed waste into energy that was fed into the local grid. The Fresno and San Leandro plants in California diverted more than 100 tons of

Full article: http://www.triplepundit.com/2012/02/kraft-stakeholder-eng...

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Wow: Kraft Foods Hits Zero Waste at 36 Plants

Wow: Kraft Foods Hits Zero Waste at 36 Plants

earth911.com 06 Feb '12, 6pm

Kraft Foods, maker of the iconic Kraft Macaroni and Cheese Dinner and other food and beverage products, announced that 36 ...

Kraft Achieves Zero Waste at 36 Food Plants Around the World

Kraft Achieves Zero Waste at 36 Food Plants Aro...

greenbiz.com 02 Feb '12, 8pm

, the maker of food products ranging from Dentyne to mac-and-cheese mix, sends no waste to landfill at 36 manufacturing pl...