PITTSBURGH -- In celebration of Earth Day on April 22, Giant Eagle here is displaying Energy Star posters in certified stores to help communicate the benefits of the program with its customers and employees. "We remain committed to educating our customers and employees on this issue and some of the ways that they can go about their daily activities in a more environmentally friendly way," said Jim Lampl, director of the chain's conservation department. Giant Eagle is one of 8,000 partners ...

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