National Office Furniture Close to Zero Waste to Landfill


From EnvironmentalLeader.com on April 29, 2014

National Office Furniture, a manufacturer and division of Kimball International, has reduced waste sent to the landfill by 44 percent in absolute tons since 2002.

Today, the company diverts 95 percent of total solid waste it generates and sends it off for reuse or recycling, according to the Sustainable Manufacturer Network. Each year, the company diverts 88 tons of paper, 2,804 tons of cardboard and 1,234 tons of steel.

National Office Furniture’s goal is send zero waste to landfill.

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