MISSISSAUGA, Ontario — Wal-Mart Canada here has announced the opening of its first environmental demonstration store in Burlington, Ontario, which features an application of geothermal technology and energy-conserving lighting innovations, among many other sustainability features. The new supercenter is expected to use an estimated 60% less energy than the company’s typical store and to reduce carbon emissions by an estimated 141 tons. It is also expected to divert an estimated 85% of its ...

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