Restaurant Chain Encourages Wind Power

July 22, 2003[]The Austin Grill, a restaurant group that recently switched into 100 percent wind power for energy generation, has incorporated the purchase into a summer-long environmental initiative, which includes the Chesapeake Bay Foundation’s “Save the Bay” program. The program will solicit donations to the Foundation and promote using wind energy as a way to help keep the Chesapeake Bay pollution-free. According to Austin Grill, the company’s 100 percent commitment will have the equivalent environmental benefits of not releasing almost 3 million pounds carbon dioxide, 6,000 pounds nitrogen oxides, and 20,000 pounds sulfur dioxide.
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