SALT LAKE CITY -- Associated Food Stores here is analyzing the steps needed to bring its underground fuel-storage tanks into compliance with Environmental Protection Agency requirements. The distributor is weighing the costs of upgrading the tanks vs. the savings and convenience they provide its transportation operations. Fuel is a major cost required to run a transportation fleet. By having its own underground storage tanks, Associated Food Stores has been able to save money because of the ...

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