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an examination of an organization's production, distribution and marketing activities which concentrates upon the environmental impact of these activities. Green audits can assist an organization in identifying sources of environmental pollution or excessive resource usage so that it can then seek to improve its performance.
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"Corner shops, grocers and greengrocers work very hard and deserve recognition for the high quality job carried out and the added strength their bring to the North-east economy," he said.
"I'd got an old bike and cycled down to this greengrocer at about 12 o'clock.
To become a master greengrocer, they had to learn everything from planting and growing to recipes for the goods they sell but Ann says it's great to feel more confident speaking to customers.
As well as shops in Coventry Mr Richards owned stores in Warwickshire, Birmingham and Staffordshire, making him one of the biggest independent greengrocers in Britain.
Can they put their squabbles to one side to rescue their greengrocer''s?.
He has been retired from the business for 12 years now and the shop is no longer a greengrocers. Almondbury resident Valerie Kaye was delighted to see her village featured in All Our Yesterdays last week.
The world has moved on since the greengrocer's daughter became Prime Minister, where she demonstrated throughout her tenure her basic lack of comprehension where managing anything other than a greengrocer's shop was concerned.
Buy some tubers from your greengrocer to plant now 10cm-15cm (4in-6in) apart.
My grandparents, John and Elizabeth Downes, had a greengrocer's shop at the corner of Gooch Street and Sherlock Street for around 50 years.
A spokesman for high street store Kwik Save said steps were being taken to close the greengrocer concession in its Eccleston branch, near Chorley, Lancashire.