Ford Motor Co. foresees more than environmental benefits to recycling. The automaker, which has entered the reclamation business via purchase of a vehicle recycling operation in Tampa, FL, believes the sector could generate annual revenues of $1 billion or more. Ford also sees the move to recycling as a way of becoming more consumer focused by way of closer relationships with its customers further into the ownership cycle. In the near-term, the Tampa facility will continue to disassemble ...

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