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Six Sigma: a new practice for reducing water consumption within Coca Cola industry

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Six Sigma is a well-known concept who means the perfection: a process of production to Three Sigma makes 3.4 defaults/million unit, whereas Six Sigma means for us the perfection. We used it now to mean the type of specialised training aiming at the attack of very high objectives for processes improvement. The method Six Sigma is a method of continuous improvement and elimination of non-quality, passing by six stages or cycle DMAIC: to define, measure, analyse, innovate and control carried out by a team of project. In this paper we propose a new practice of Six Sigma for reduction and optimisation of water consumption for Coca Cola industry.

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