JN Phillips Diverts Glass and Plastic from Landfills with 'GreenShield' Program

Date: 29 April 2011
Source: http://www.waste-management-world.com
JN Phillips Auto Glass announced that, as a result of its "GreenShield" program, more than one million pounds of glass and plastic have been recycled and kept from ending up in landfills.

According to a release, launched in November 2010, GreenShield is JN Phillips' commitment to recycle 100 percent of the windshields the company replaces.

"Consumers today are very conscious of how their actions -- and those of the companies with which they do business -- affect the environment," said Robert Rosenfield, President of JN Phillips. "And that has certainly been the case with GreenShield. Customer response to the program has been overwhelmingly positive, with many customers requesting JN Phillips by name because they heard we will recycle their old windshield."

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Date: 29 April 2011
Source: http://www.waste-management-world.com

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