Marks and Spencer ticks green boxes with energy-slashing eco store

Marks and Spencer welcomed shoppers to its first eco store in Bournemouth yesterday. The retailer expects the 51,000 sq ft retro fitted shop to use 25 per cent less energy and have a carbon footprint 92 per cent lower than a conventional branch of the same size.

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