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reduced to show results that would stimulate employee participation. Review and evaluate the process(es) generating a waste to determine how it can be modi ed to reduce or eliminate the waste. Explore possibilities for reusing or recycling wastes that cannot be reused. A critical part of implementing the waste reduction strategy was to provide training to employees on waste reduction techniques, and encouragement and motivation to participate in the overall effort. The most successful waste reduction technique used at STARTEX was good housekeeping. By preventing spills and raw material contamination, waste generation was greatly reduced. The four primary wastes reduced at STARTEX and the techniques used to reduce or eliminate these wastes are detailed below. Poly lm scrap (extruded plastic waste from the manufacturing process) contributed to over 50 percent of the total waste generated at STARTEX. Approximately 8 tons of scrap was generated weekly. Because this scrap was the largest contributor to STARTEX s waste volume, it was the focus of the rst waste reduction project. By showing quick and large reductions of this waste, the waste reduction team speculated that STARTEX employees would see the results of their efforts and be more likely to accept and contribute to the overall waste reduction process. After comparing purchasing data with waste volume data, the waste reduction team found that only 80 to 90 percent of the virgin polysheeting fed into the extrusion
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