Not all of the auto industry's environmental initiatives are focused on fuel cells and other paths to the zero-emissions vehicle. From automakers to suppliers, the industry also wants to clean up its manufacturing processes. General Motors Corp., for instance, has hired “chemical managers” for most of its assembly plants around the world, says Bruce Reid, director of the office of environment for GM of Canada Ltd. The chemical managers, in place since 1996, are charged with finding the ...
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