It's getting easier for retailers to be green

Parker, Dana S.
September 2007
NSGA Retail Focus;Sep/Oct2007, Vol. 60 Issue 5, p10
The article reports on the ways that sporting goods retailers can keep their businesses green. More stores are using renewable energy sources such as wind-produced alternative energy, solar power, low-impact hydroelectric power, and a bio-mass process which converts organic material into electricity. To reduce carbon footprints, stores are using environmentally-friendly materials for insulation. INSET: REI featuring eco-friendly products.


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