Cargill meat plant goes landfill free

Cargill meat plant goes landfill free

Meat plant becomes Cargill's first verified landfill-free facility.

GARBAGE trucks no longer stop at the Cargill meat processing facility in Hazleton, Pa.

That's because the 225,000 sq. ft. plant, which sits on a 40-acre site, employs 600 people and produces more than 10 million lb. of beef, pork and ground meat products monthly, sends nothing to landfills.

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