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The store uses 40 percent less energy and 50 percent less water compared to traditional stores of similar size.
As part of the Better Buildings Challenge, these retailers join more than a dozen other organizations to improve data center energy efficiency.
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More than 60 percent of the company’s factories globally have achieved zero manufacturing waste to landfill since 2012.
New proprietary rating system focuses on transparency, and prohibits use of many hazardous neurotoxins on fresh fruit, vegetables and flowers.
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