Corporate sustainability initiatives are critical to the health of our planet – but the distance between objectives and regulated execution on a detailed level can sometimes be very broad.
Case in point: Worthington Industries, the last U.S. based manufacturer of lightweight recyclable cylinders for transporting refrigerants. Because their cylinders are used to transport hydrofluorocarbons (or HFCs), they’re on a collision course with the EPA… cue the drama.
In this week’s Dial P audio podcast, Kelly Barner breaks down the good news, bad news, and surprising news in this supply chain related story:
- Why the precise difference in meaning and usage of words like disposable, non-refillable, recyclable, and refillable matter
- The complexities caused by the intertwined nature of government regulators and global supply chains
- The role of legislation and interpretation in enacting sustainability requirements