SEATTLE — Only two supermarkets have achieved the highest level of LEED certification — platinum. The first was a Hannaford Bros. store in Augusta, Maine, that opened in 2009. This year, the second LEED platinum designation (LEED for Retail-Pilot, Commercial Interiors) was conferred on a PCC Natural Markets store in Edmonds, Wash., that opened in 2008. The PCC store also earned Salmon-Safe certification, the first store to ever receive that distinction along with LEED ...

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