SEATTLE — Uwajimaya, a four-store Asian food retailer here, has been recognized by local utilities for its ongoing efforts to conserve energy through eco-friendly business practices. At an event held earlier this month at Uwajimaya’s Seattle store location, Tomoko Moriguchi Matsuno, its chief executive officer, received a large symbolic check for $225,000 signifying the rebates the company has received from the utilities for the high-efficiency improvements it has made over ...

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