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Firms invest in going green, expect efforts to improve the bottom line

When Jim Fonzi began making plans to renovate a 40-year-old building in Henrietta, he knew that using environmentally friendly materials and processes was the way to go.  "It was a decision that was pretty easy to make," says Fonzi, founder and president of Gates Automotive Center, which specializes in automotive repairs, collision repairs and towing service.  Fonzi ...

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