Volkswagen sets a 2018 target to reduce the environmental impact of all the brand’s production plants by 25%, with an emphasis on energy use, waste volumes, airborne emissions, water consumption and carbon-dioxide emissions. Hubert Waltl, VW board member responsible for production and logistics, says the reduction target is from a 2010 benchmark. “Through the growing efficiency and productivity of our plants, the Volkswagen brand is already making a key contribution to the ...

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