CALCULATING THE RETURN ON INVESTMENT for capital projects devoted to sustainability is opening a whole new area of potential savings for supermarket retailers. But it's complicated work. “Determining ROI for sustainability projects requires you to focus on how much you may be able to lower utility costs, how much you can reduce maintenance costs, as well as how long it will take to break even on the first cost of a capital investment,” said Derrick Ahler, vice president of store planning ...

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