Subway recently opened five new “eco-restaurants” that are designed to reduce energy, water and waste consumption in cost-effective ways. The openings bring Milford, Conn.-based Subway’s total number of eco-restaurants to 14, out of its approximately 34,000 units. Other locations are also incorporating ecological elements, said Elizabeth Stewart, Subway’s marketing director and head of the company’s corporate social responsibility efforts. “Green building ...
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