BRODHEADSVILLE, Pa. — A new ShopRite opening on Aug. 5 here will feature an array of green technologies, including solar panels, a bio-digester and an electric car charger.
The store, owned by the Kinsley family and part of the Keasbey, N.J.-based Wakefern cooperative, plans to install solar panels to its white roof, which can reduce energy use by about 20% in sunny weather.
The store will also employ a waste-to-water machine — the bio-digester — to convert organic ...
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