FROM USING COOKING OIL TO SOAP: THE ROLE OF THE STAKEHOLDERS TO IMPLEMENT A REVERSE LOGISTIC PROGRAM
Keywords:reverse logistic, role of stakeholders, sustainability
AbstractThis paper analyzes the role of stakeholders in implementing a reverse logistics program in a brazilian soap company from the sustainability perspective. Actions from consumers, the government and the company are presented according to the proposed program for collecting used cooking oil for soap production
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