Ford to accelerate waste reduction effort

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Carmaker plans a global 40 per cent cut in waste sent to landfill per vehicle produced by 2016

Ford is aiming for a 40 per cent cut in the waste it sends to landfill per vehicle produced by 2016 as part of a new five-year global waste reduction plan. Meeting the goal would see just 13.4lb (6.1kg)...

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