Applying Subaru's Factory Lessons to National Parks

SOURCE: Subaru of America


How much do you think about reducing, reusing and recycling over the course of a day?

If you answer "not much," Denise Coogan has some choice words: "It costs you too much not to be thinking about it."

Coogan, environmental partnership manager at Subaru of America, recently spoke to a packed room about the automaker's sustainability commitment at the first-ever Eco Week at Chase's campus in Wilmington, Del.

Subaru of Indiana Automotive, Inc. is recognized for having the country's first zero-landfill automotive assembly plant—meaning less than 10 percent of waste from its Indiana plant goes to a landfill. In fact, the plant hasn't sent waste to a landfill since 2004.

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