Walmart ramps up renewable energy generation as waste levels fall

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Annual sustainability report confirms retail giant generates almost a quarter of its electricity from green sources

Retail giant Walmart has revealed it has made good progress towards its goals of using 100 per cent renewable energy and becoming a "zero waste" organisation with the publication of its annual Global Responsibility...

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