AURORA, Colo. -- A Wal-Mart supercenter here will turn fresh produce, deli, meat, bakery and dairy food waste into compost and experiment with used cooking oil as a potential heating source. The tests are two of more than 50 environmentally friendly measures being tried in the supercenter that opened earlier this month. The Aurora location is Wal-Mart's second ecologically friendly experimental store. The first one, launched in July in McKinney, Texas, is testing the two recycling projects ...

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