BENTONVILLE, Ark. — Wal-Mart Stores here will test two new types of heavy-duty commercial hybrid trucks and two different alternatively fueled heavy-duty trucks as part of the company’s efforts to develop a more sustainable trucking fleet. The new trucks include 15 trucks operating in the Buckeye, Ariz., distribution center that will be converted to run on reclaimed grease fuel, made with the waste brown cooking grease from Wal-Mart stores; the remaining trucks located at that DC will ...

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