MILWAUKEE -- Roundy‘s Supermarkets here said its distribution center in Oconomowoc, Wis., has been accepted into the state‘s “Green Tier” program for its environmentally friendly initiatives. Among them: lighting timers and use of natural lighting to reduce electricity consumption; landscaping that includes berms, trees and grasses to provide habitat for wildlife and screen the facility; fuel storage and distribution that exceeds federal requirements in case of accidental spills; recycling ...

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