Sunday, 1 February 2009

Boston Restaurants Thinking Green

Lifestyle / Food
Owners of Boston restaurants increasingly are looking at ways to reduce their environmental footprints. They are recycling, installing energy- and water-saving devices, and relying on local ingredients, moves that can earn certification from the Green Restaurant Association. ...
...Boston restaurants think locally and act innovatively to reduce their environmental impact.
Americans love restaurants. This year it's estimated we'll spend $558 billion dining out. But restaurants also eat resources. They account for 33 percent of all US retail electricity use, and the average restaurant goes through 300,000 gallons of water a year. ...

Full Story: The greenest of them all; By Devra First, on The Boston Globe




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