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Grocery leader says think beyond LEED certification in conservation

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Grocery leader says think beyond LEED certification in conservation

By Pat Curtis Some business leaders in Iowa claim reducing a company’s carbon footprint can run counter to increasing their profit margins. Others say sustainable practices save them money through reduced energy costs and more efficient practices. For many companies, sustainability comes in the form of LEED certification — a set of “green” building and efficiency goals that […]

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