Supermarkets seek ‘green’ store certification, experiment with sustainable design
The supermarket industry is embracing the green revolution in its store design. Although some chains have long sought Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification from the U.S. Green Building Council for their stores, more and more supermarket operators seem to be pursuing the standards set by this independent rating system. Those who do pursue such certification say the benefits are plentiful, and include not only energy cost savings, but also a halo effect that ...
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