Eateries take steps to save resources

09/12/2008 | Hartford Courant (Conn.), The

Some Connecticut eateries are choosing more sustainable practices because they are socially conscious, while others are hoping to decrease their energy costs, according to a survey of nine restaurants. Max Fish in Glastonbury, Conn., goes all out with measures such as the installation of water-efficient dishwashers and waterless urinals and a ban on bottled water.

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