LAKE ORION, MI - At its vehicle assembly plant here, General Motors Corp receives the National Recycling Coalition's Award for Outstanding Corporate Leadership. At the same time, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has asked GM to share its Resource Management program with other Fortune 500 companies at October's Waste Wise program. The Nebraska State Recycling Assn. already is piloting the GM model in a statewide effort that includes governments, schools, utilities and ...
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