How a Healthcare Industry Leader Found the
Prescription for Lower Waste Removal Costs:
Medline Industries, Inc. is America’s largest privately held national manufacturer and distributor of health care supplies and services. Founded in 1966, our company’s roots date back 90 years when it started as a garment manufacturer. With six manufacturing facilities in North America and over 25 joint venture manufacturing plants worldwide, Medline manufactures many of our 100,000 products, encompassing medical-surgical items and one of the largest textile lines in the industry.
Global Chemical Company Reduces Local Waste
Pick-Up Costs Through Technology:
Adrian, Michigan — Wacker Chemical Corporation is a division of the Wacker Group, headquartered in Munich, Germany. The company is a global technology leader in the production of silicones, ceramics, polysilicon, and specialties (high-quality binders and polymer additives, specialty chemicals and biotechnology). Our diverse activities are organized within four independently operating business divisions: SILTRONIC, WACKER SILICONES, WACKER SPECIALTIES and WACKER CERAMICS. They hold technology leadership positions in many markets and collaborate closely with customers to provide tailored solutions for tomorrow.
Sears Taps Waste Compactor Monitoring to Lower Hauling Costs:
Even before the recent economic downturn, competitive pressures in the retailing industry had caused retailers of all sizes to re-examine virtually every aspect of their operations and seek out improvements.