Environmentalism isn't just for big companies. Business in the Environment's national director Noel Morrin says research shows that all companies, big and small, can make savings by addressing waste minimisation.'If you think that a lot of companies are content doing 10% return on sales, they can actually add another 2.5% by addressing waste. That's why they do it. It's not that they're interested in the environment. It's because if you put money into raw materials that go down the drain or up your stack then that's a waste, making you less competitive.'.
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