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Doing our part
We’re adding LED lighting to jewelry counters, refrigerated areas and exterior signs at our Fayetteville Club, which is our model for sustainability practices. We hope to extend these practices to our current and new stores over time. LED lights produce less heat, contain no mercury and use less energy than other types of lights.
Did you know?
Lighting accounts for 20% of the average home’s electric bill. If your home has about 30 light fixtures, you could save around $1,000 over the life of the compact florescent light bbulbs.
Members create a green grade school
Sam’s Club Members Mark and Gretchen Biedron opened a grade school in New Jersey that the National Geographic Green Guide has recognized as the second greenest school in the United States. One reason is that 40% of the school’s electricity comes from a solar panel. They shop at Sam’s Club for their school supplies and enjoy the convenience and low prices.