McDonald’s recently rolled out a new fryer that uses about 40 percent less cooking oil and 6 percent less energy than the high-efficiency fryers the chain already uses. Harrah’s Entertainment in Atlantic City, N.J., buys 1.1 million fewer disposable cups a year since switching to reusable, washable cups for its 16,000 employees, according to Ulrico Izaguirre, political director and director of regional communications for the company’s Atlantic City operations, including Bally’s, ...
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