EL SEGUNDO, Calif. — Tesco U.S. here said it is reviewing a court order that would require additional environmental compliance at its Riverside, Calif., distribution center — a process that could take a year. “[T]here is nothing in the ruling ... that we believe will affect the operation or further rollout of the business,” the company said in a prepared statement. The ruling, from a U.S. District Court judge, said the chain must do more work at the 820,000-square-foot facility to satisfy ...

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