Friday, November 16, 2018

Ford Cuts Energy Use 22 Percent; New Sustainability Report Calls for Added 25 Percent...

Ford Motor Company has released its 13th annual Sustainability Report titled “Blueprint for Sustainability: Accelerating Ahead” – a voluntary and comprehensive annual account highlighting...

Ford Sets New Goal to Build on Success of Cutting Waste; 100 Million Pounds...

Between 2007 and 2011, Ford reduced its global waste to landfills by 44 percent, or 100 million pounds – 49 percent in North America On...

FORD TO SLASH LANDFILL WASTE BY 70 PER CENT IN FIVE YEARS, CUT WATER...

Ford to Slash Landfill Waste by 70 per cent in Five Years, Cut Water Use by 30 per cent in New Green Manufacturing Plan Ford...

Ford Uses Kenaf Plant Inside Doors in the All-New Escape, Saving Weight and Energy

Kenaf, a tropical plant related to cotton and okra plants, is being used to replace oil-based materials in the doors of the all-new Ford...

Ford Recycle

Ford, REPREVE to Recycle 2 Million Plastic Bottles Back into the New 2012 Focus Electric and Other Vehicles Ford, through the use of REPREVE®, plans...

Ford will in the New Year Target 30 Percent Water Reduction Per Vehicle

Ford Targets 30 Percent Water Reduction Per Vehicle New aggressive water strategy calls for global reduction target of 30 percent per vehicle by 2015 Between 2000...

Ford Environment and Safety Chief Sue Cischke to Retire After 35-Year Career

Robert Brown Named Her Successor Sue Cischke, group vice president, Sustainability, Environment and Safety Engineering, has elected to retire effective Feb. 1, 2012, after 35...

FORD AGAIN DECLARED A FLEET HERO BY ENERGY SAVING TRUST

BRENTWOOD, Essex, 1st December 2011 – Ford has become one of the Energy Saving Trust’s ‘Fleet Heroes’ for the second time in three years,...

Seat Fabric in All-New Ford Focus Electric Uses Waste To Create a Better World

Ford is the first automaker to use REPREVE® branded fiber inthe seat fabric for the all-new Focus Electric REPREVE is a polyester fiber made from...

FORD, UNIVERSITY OF MICHIGAN DEVELOP NEW MOBILITY AND TRANSPORTATION OPTIONS FOR THE FUTURE

By 2015, about two-thirds of the world will be living in urban areas, which will exacerbate traffic congestion and present major challenges to basic...