BOSTON Claiming a former rating system needed adjustments to keep up with the times, the Green Restaurant Association said its upgraded certification standards are intended to help members become as environmentally sustainable as possible. The certification program is designed to help GRA members create more eco-friendly operating environments and reduce energy, waste and other costs. Other benefits include boosting employee morale and customer traffic through publicity generated by ...
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