CLAIREMONT, Calif. — The Association for Retail Environments recently presented its 2011 “Sustainable Project of the Year” award to an Albertsons store here, part of Minneapolis-based Supervalu. The 55,000-square-foot store, opened last September, received the honor for its “clearly defined integrated design approach, high benchmarking goals and waste reduction features.” Among the store’s environmental features: • On-site co-generation fuel-cell-powering system, with nearly 90% of the ...

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