KISSIMMEE Fla. In a test of green practices’ feasibility for a large chain, Subway is using three franchised restaurants as laboratories for developing ecofriendly procedures and materials that could be rolled across the 28,000-unit, 86-country chain. The first so-called eco-store debuted here Nov. 5, and two more were opened in December in Oregon. Subway is trying to qualify the three for a prized Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design designation, a distinction bestowed by ...

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