manufacturing

Transforming Delivery of High Quality Products

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At Pfizer, we are developing innovative manufacturing techniques that better meet today’s patient needs. 

In recent years, Pfizer has made dramatic advances in our manufacturing and supply chain. In 2016, we enabled even more efficient product delivery by applying the latest technologies and innovative partnerships to our manufacturing processes and supply chain. These advances include:

· Creating a first-of-its-kind manufacturing system that will give Pfizer increased flexibility and speed of production

This Chemistry Project Could Recolor Fabric Dyeing

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Take a look at your jeans, your skirt, your favorite dress shirt. Whether new or just a little worn in, there’s a good chance they look and fit great. The fabric is of good quality and the colors are vibrant and sharp.

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Take a look at your jeans, your skirt, your favorite dress shirt. Whether new or just a little worn in, there’s a good chance they look and fit great. The fabric is of good quality and the colors are vibrant and sharp.

The Future of Alternative Fuels

With pollution growing and natural resources dwindling, now is the time to expedite the development of alternative fuels.
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As concerns grow over climate change, pollution and how much oil we actually have left, there’s clearly a need to develop alternative fuels. 

The good news is that researchers have proven that vehicles can run on natural gas, electricity, hydrogen, nitrogen, biofuels like elephant grass – and even biodiesels based on restaurant grease or chicken waste.

Getting Back on the Landfill-Free List

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General Motors’ expectations for a landfill-free facility are structured and strict, with sites removed from the list if even a small load goes into the ground. When that happens, both the local teams and global waste experts collaborate to find solutions.

GM’s manufacturing plant in Cairo, Egypt lost its certification in 2015, but worked hard to get reinstated. As of this summer, the site is landfill-free once again.

Reducing Our Impact with Water Recovery

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It’s no surprise that perhaps one of the most important ingredients in the food and beverage industry is water. Because it is such a precious resource in everything from product processing to facility operations, many in the food and beverage industry are finding new ways to wring maximum value and efficiency from every drop.
 
Amid rising prices and growing water scarcity, food manufacturers around the world are finding ways to increase their system-wide water efficiencies through recycling programs and other initiatives.
 

Surprise--You are the New Plant Safety Person! Now What?

Advice to Hit the Ground Running
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Much to your surprise, you have suddenly become the new plant safety person. And on top of that, you have little or no background in safety! Unfortunately with downsizing/right-sizing and budget cuts, this kind of move has become increasingly common at the plant level, despite the importance of EHS to the operation.

RightCycle Program Expands to Manufacturing and Industrial Environments

The program has diverted more than 300 tons of material from landfills since 2011.
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Kimberly-Clark Professional, Roswell, Georgia, has expanded its recycling program—RightCycle by Kimberly-Clark Professional—to manufacturing and other industrial environments, enabling customers to divert nonhazardous waste, such as nitrile gloves and apparel, from landfills.

World’s First Living Products Achieve Certification

Owens Corning and SIREWALL Reimagine Manufacturing for Radical Change in Energy, Water, Happiness
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SEATTLE, May 26, 2016 /3BL Media/ - Imagine a product that functions as elegantly and efficiently as anything found in the natural world. Now imagine that product is manufactured for use in buildings, which are responsible for a majority of greenhouse gas emissions, and you begin to see how a truly sustainable product, used to build a Living Building, might significantly impact climate change.

AIAG Corporate Responsibility Summit Session Highlight

Carbon Reduction Value in Automotive Supply Chain
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Track #2 - Technical: Strategic Approaches and Resources for Integrating Sustainability

In this session, you’ll hear about AIAG Greenhouse Gas (GHG) workgroup activities to help automotive companies with carbon reporting and reduction. Speakers from supplier and government agencies will share their perspectives on the value of practical GHG reductions in logistics.

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