Manufacturing

  • Fibrelogic and Zero Waste SA

    In just 12 months Fibrelogic Pipe Systems has transformed an industrial waste stream from an expensive environmental obligation into a valuable resource. A range of improved environmental and operating measures – some based on common sense and improved workplace practices, others using cutting edge technologies – are helping turn the pipe manufacturer into a star performer.

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  • JamFactory and Zero Waste SA

    Staff and associates at the contemporary craft and design centre had formed a Green Team to identify ways to improve recycling, and cut down on water and energy use.

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  • Jurlique and Zero Waste SA

    Jurlique has joined a pilot to trial Zero Waste SA’s online sustainability dashboard which measures a range of environmental impacts – such as waste, water, energy and fuel – often in real time.

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  • New Castalloy and Zero Waste SA

    Harley-Davidson has steered a wheel manufacturing business in North Plympton, operating as New Castalloy, NCA from being a noisy neighbour under its previous owner, to a company that exceeds EPA standards and is setting a bright future for staff and local residents.

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  • Philmac and Zero Waste SA

    Adelaide-based Philmac has embarked on an ambitious recycling program to reduce waste to landfill by about 20% during 2011. Through new recycling strategies and employee education the company hopes to divert an additional 75 tonnes from landfill every year.

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  • RM Williams and Zero Waste SA

    RM Williams' Salisbury operations have shifted landfill bound waste to recycling, reduced use of new resources and reduced energy consumption. RM Williams' strategy has brought ongoing improvements in productivity, recycling and energy conservation.

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  • SAGE Automation and Zero Waste SA

    SAGE Automation is among the first companies in South Australia to trial an innovative new online monitoring system designed to help organisations track improvements in sustainability.

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