WOOSTER, Ohio — Buehler Food Markets here recently began rolling out a recycling program aimed at getting store employees to recycle magazines, beverage cans and waste paper in the employee lounge. After a pilot at one store in June, the store retailer has begun equipping store lounges with signs, waste containers and green paint. The majority of Buehler’s 13 stores –those that have access to recycling services—will be in the new program, said Scott Buehler, vice president of real estate ...

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