INDIAN WELLS, Calif. — In anticipation of federal legislation that will establish a cap-and-trade system to reduce the production of greenhouse gas emissions, food retailers should assess their carbon footprint and their level of energy efficiency, said a Safeway executive. “While you're waiting for legislation to come, you'll want to see where you are,” advised Cathy Ikeuchi, manager of energy operations for Safeway, Pleasanton, Calif., in a presentation here last week during the Food ...
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