SAN ANTONIO -- H.E. Butt Grocery Co. here entered a new era of energy efficiency and environmental conservation recently when it opened its new 82,000-square-foot store in Austin, Texas.
The retailer implemented a number of "green" energy-efficient measures involving lighting, heating and refrigeration, which should save H-E-B about $22,000 annually, according to Kate Brown, spokeswoman for H-E-B.
Some of the savings to be seen from this project will come from the recycling of heat ...
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