Hamburger giant Wendy's gets energy efficiency stamp of approval from US government

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Hamburger giant Wendy's gets energy efficiency stamp of approval from US government

Restaurant chain commits to cutting energy use by 20 per cent over next decade as part of federal Better Buildings Challenge programme

Fast food giant Wendy's has been recognised by the US Department of Energy for efforts on energy efficiency following its participation in the federal Better Buildings Challenge initiative. Launched...

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