NEW CASTLE, U.K. – Ford Motor Co., in what it describes as a "ground-breaking pledge" to recycle all of its U.K. plant waste, also is proposing ideas such as vehicle-owner manuals made from old tires and staff T-shirts fabricated from plastic bottles. Ford aims to eliminate landfill waste at Dagenham plant. Ford recently signed onto London Mayor Ken Livingstone’s "Green Procurement Code," run by London Remade, which aims to develop new markets and secondary industries from the ...
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