They join more than 25 other companies – including Zara, H&M, Eileen Fisher and Patagonia – to eliminate the use of fabrics that contain endangered forest fiber.
Kohl’s, Walmart, Staples and Starbucks hold their own on the list of companies that choose to use electricity from clean, renewable sources.
Customers in 10 trial stores in the U.K. can bring their pumpkins back to be recycled and turned into energy by the retailer’s waste partner.
The food manufacturer’s association slammed the new rating system for propagating misleading information that will only serve to confuse consumers.
The bottler also earned a place in the CDP Global Climate Performance Leadership Index 2014 and the FTSE 350 Leadership Index.
The projects could save BJ’s thousands of dollars per store per year, and provide a long-term hedge against rising demand rates.
The store uses 40 percent less energy and 50 percent less water compared to traditional stores of similar size.
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