Burgerville Chain Goes 100% Wind Power

bville.jpgElizabeth U reports on some great developments in Oregon – Burgerville is a fast food chain in Southern WA and Northern OR that sources all ingredients locally and in season (fish & chips only when Halibut is in season, berry milkshakes when the berries are in season, etc) and now they’ve committed to 100% wind power. Gotta love ’em!

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  1. Burgerville Using 100% Wind Power!

    Burgerville, the delicious small chain of fast food restaurants in the Portland area, has announced that it is committing to using 100% wind power at their stores. Lots of people into renewable resources and other left causes seem mildly enthused….

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