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McDonal Environmental Issues

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McDonalds Environmental/Green External Factors With millions of customers around the world, McDonald's recognizes the importance of conserving natural resources and the benefits they provide for current and future generations. McDonald also recognizes that the long-term business goals will be better served if they help protect the natural and community resources that support and are affected by their activities. McDonalds approach focuses strategically on the major environmental impacts and is guided by world-recognized independent experts. Neighbourhood. As good citizens and good neighbours, McDonald's and independent owner/operators help keep the local environment clean and attractive. * Provide standard operating procedures include regular litter patrols of the areas around our restaurants. * Owner/operators and regional company organizations support local clean-up days with free meals for volunteers and promotional incentives for participation. McDonalds Restaurant At McDonald's, environmental preservation at the restaurant level involves a broad range of initiatives to conserve natural resources and minimize pollution. Solid Waste Management Since 1990, McDonald's has worked with Environmental Defence to reduce waste in operations. ...read more.

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They will continually search for materials that are environmentally preferable. * Reuse - Means Measurable materials whenever feasible within the operations and distribution systems as long as they do not compromise a safety and sanitation standards, customer service and expectations and are not offset by other environmental or safety concerns. * Recycle. Means are committed to maximum use of recycled materials in the construction, equipping and operations of our restaurants. McDonald are already the largest user of recycled paper in industry, applying it to such items as tray liners, Happy Meal boxes, carryout bags, carryout trays and napkins. Climate change is an important issue, generating growing interest from many sectors of society - from individuals to governments and corporations. The seriousness of this issue means that everyone has a role to play in reducing the impacts, including companies like McDonald's. McDonald's restaurants' use of electrical energy and natural gas accounts for the bulk of direct greenhouse gas emissions. ...read more.

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Nonetheless, television has always played a central role in the company's advertising strategy. * Provide a global operation around the world Product of McDonalds: * The pricing strategies about the product of McDonald are they provide lowering prices of product, buy one get one like for example tickets from the bus, and psychological pricing means McDonald introduce the product, example they selling the product to �5.99 besides in �6.00. So this is make customer satisfaction. * About the quality of the product, McDonald working hard to produce a good quality or food product to the customers, examples of this are fresh food, lots of menu food, more delicious and healthy food instead in other fast food businesses. And all food they produce is all safe like they check all food after to produce to the customers. * McDonald invented or making new product to make more customers around the world like for example the Big Mac is one of the biggest selling food around the world and very popular of all people around the world. ?? ?? ?? ?? Jayson Calagos Business Studies ...read more.

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