LEXINGTON, KY – Toyota Motor Corp. says it has succeeded in eliminating all waste from its Georgetown, KY, assembly plant that otherwise would have ended up in a landfill. Speaking at the recent Global Automotive Conference here, Kevin Butt, chief environmental officer, outlines some of the ongoing environmental initiatives Toyota has implemented at its Georgetown facility, which builds the popular Camry, Camry hybrid-electric vehicle, Solara and Avalon. Butt says one of his first moves ...

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