Sustainable landscaping trims expenses for Minn. warehouse firm

05/6/2013 | Finance and Commerce (Minneapolis)

Sustainable landscaping practices have helped Murphy Warehouse trim expenses at some of its sites across Minnesota, according to this article. The shift from lawns to prairie plants at the company's site in Fridley 16 years ago saved $947,000. Installation of a stormwater retention pond at its headquarters in Minneapolis eliminated a stormwater fee of $68,000.

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