SCARBOROUGH, Maine — Shoppers who recycle bottles and cans via self-serve kiosks at 46 Hannaford Supermarkets in Maine can now track the environmental impact of their efforts via an online tool provided by Clynk, the kiosk supplier. The new tool shows shoppers how much carbon, energy and emissions they have saved by using the Clynk kiosks for recycling. The site also illustrates the environmental influence of the almost 300 million bottles and cans shoppers have recycled since ...

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