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Increase manufacturing competitiveness through reduced solid waste disposal costs
and optimize use of raw materials, packaging and oor space. Improve corporate image. Decrease reliance on land lls for disposal. The University of Toledo graduate and undergraduate students majoring in industrial engineering perform all assessments. The district oversees all assessments. Typically, assessments consist of
An analysis of the company s process and overall waste generation. Recommendations designed to maximize process ef ciency and reduce solid waste
disposal costs. Detailed reference list of vendors that complement recommendations. All waste assessments are provided on a con dential basis and at no cost to businesses residing within Lucas County. Funding for the Project s assessments is provided by a grant from the Lucas County Solid Waste Management District with support from The University of Toledo. Much of the data collected for the cases studies presented in this book were gathered from this research project. Throughout the United States there have been several programs and research studies linking colleges, government agencies, and businesses involved with environmental improvement. This section provides an overview concerning some of these research studies and programs and compares them to the WAMRP. Table 2.3 provides a snapshot comparison between the universitysponsored programs. This includes a study conducted by the National Wildlife Federation titled State of the Campus Environment which critiqued U.S. colleges environmental performance (1), the U.S. Department of Energy s Industrial Assessment Centers (2), Youngtown State University s Industrial Waste Minimization Project (3), Cornell University s Waste Management Institute (4), Indiana University s Institute on Recycling (5), and Iowa State University s Total Assessment Audits (6).
Comparison to similar university projects State of the campus environment (National Wildlife Federation) In 2000,
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