SEATTLE -- Larry's Markets here will retrofit four stores early next year with energy-saving measures that have reduced utility bills by 25% at its Bellevue, Wash., store. The multifaceted energy management program derives the majority of savings from a lighting retrofit, but also encompasses food waste composting, recycling and upgraded controls for heating, ventilation and air conditioning systems. After an audit of energy use indicated the five-store chain could spend $14 million on ...

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