Eco-Friendly KFC-Taco Bell Branch Opened!


Two of my favorite fast-foods are KFC and Taco Bell.   I usually like to order 20 hot wings, corn-on-the-cob, and a large cole-slaw at KFC while I stick to like 5-6 regular tacos for Taco Bell.

Well, the news is that one of the KFC-Taco Bell branches are going “green”.  Way too cool, I will be eating more KFC and Taco Bell for sheezy.

The restaurant is designed according to environmental goals that include cutting energy and water consumption by 30 percent and reducing CO2 emissions. Operations at the new site are also expected to reduce waste and the amount of rubbish sent to landfills; the restaurant composts and recycles other waste, grease and used cooking oil. The company is seeking certification for the restaurant based on the U.S. Green Building Council’s Leadership in Energy and Environment Design standards.

via eco blog

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