KEENE, N.H. — C&S Wholesale Grocers here announced yesterday that it will "significantly increase use of environmentally responsible initiatives" in its operations in an effort to reduce the company's carbon footprint. C&S said it will conduct energy audits in all of its buildings, implement energy efficiency measures in its warehouses, study the feasibility of using additional hydropower, continue recycling and waste management efforts, and continue to invest in technology to ...

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