After having spent about a week so far working at Wally World, I'm surprised how far they actually go to help reduce emissions and consumption of energy. A few of the things I've seen so far: - They recently installed about three hundred day lights and shut off the normal lights when it's bright outside. - All of the vending machines have their lights turned off. The coke machine even says "My lights are off to save energy but it's still cold in here." - The lights in the frozen sections have motion sensors and only light up when somebody's nearby. - Whatever can be recycled, is recycled--there's bins for aluminum cans, plastic, and paper. All of that shrink wrap, thrown away at other stores I'd worked at, is crushed and recycled as well. - This: For all the crap people give Wal-Mart about low wages and bad working conditions, hell, I'm getting paid more now than I ever have, and this is the fourth job I've had in four years.