SEATTLE -- Larry's Markets here has been lauded by the Environmental Protection Agency for reducing store electricity usage through enhanced store lighting. tary initiative that encourages the use of energy-efficient lighting. Other 1996 EPA Green Lights honorees include Target, Minneapolis; Johnson & Johnson, New Brunswick, N.J., and Westinghouse Electric, Pittsburgh. Larry's will accept the award at EPA's Atmospheric Pollution Prevention Division Forum, which will be held June 3 and ...

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