SP members John Bradburn (GM), Shane Bennett (Mobile Fluid Recovery) and Chris Miller (GDC, Inc.) discuss how they worked together to convert oil-soaked booms from the Gulf Oil Spill into parts for the Chevy Volt. Special thanks to SP member Venture6 Studio for their efforts in producing this video!
A recent New York Times article highlights the auto industry’s leadership in advancing zero waste to landfill, and features quotes from SP member companies Ford Motor Company, General Motors, Innovo, Toyota North America and others. Read the full article in the NYT. FLINT, Mich. — Mammoth bins and barrels line the edge of a General Motors factory floor, ... Read More
We’re pleased to share the following new collaborative project advancing circular materials management, led by SP member companies GM and GDC Inc. GM is a believer in the circular economy where people design items so they stay in use. The company and its suppliers work often with the next generation of leaders to help them see items ... Read More
In September, SP members General Motors and Johnson Controls worked together with the US Business Council for Sustainable Development (US BCSD) and Living Lands & Waters to co-host a river cleanup on the Ohio River. The event brought together a diverse group of small and large companies, nonprofit organizations and government partners who worked together ... Read More
Through its Do Your Part program, General Motors is turning recycled water bottles into car parts, air filters, and insulation for coats for the homeless. In this video, GM’s global manager of waste reduction, John Bradburn, explains how the process works. For more information, visit DoYourPart.GM.green