DALLAS -- An executive with the Environmental Protection Agency criticized the food retail industry's level of environmental responsibility at Food Marketing Institute's recent Energy and Technical Services Conference, which took place at the Adolphus Hotel here. Julius Banks, EPA's national recycling and emissions reduction program manager, also announced plans for a voluntary initiative aimed at bringing the grocery industry to a level of environmental responsibility beyond the bare ...

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