The Green Restaurant Association has announced that Microsoft's food-service facilities have earned “Certified Green Restaurant” status, reportedly making the Redmond, WA-based software giant the first U.S. corporate campus to be so designated. Among its “green” initiatives, Microsoft has added a composting program, maintained a recyling program, eliminated all Styrofoam containers and started converting grease and oil from its kitchens into biodiesel. The composting program alone has ...
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