NORTHAMPTON, Mass. — Big Y, Springfield, Mass., will open a newly reconstructed 66,000-square-foot flagship store here Thursday that it is calling its “most environmentally friendly unit within the chain, with state-of-the-art energy efficiencies both inside and out,” the chain said yesterday in a statement. The new store, located on the site of its original flagship store, opened in 1959, “houses the most energy-efficient lighting, motors, heating, cooling and refrigeration systems ...
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