Article originally posted in the Worcester Telegram & Gazette
A Big Y supermarket customer takes his order from store employee Jonathan Gomez. In the foreground is a display of haddock, pollock and cod from sustainable fisheries. (T&G Staff/PAUL KAPTEYN)
By Priyanka Dayal TELEGRAM & GAZETTE STAFF
Luz Gonzalez recently put a brick in her office toilet.
She did it with two goals in mind: cut costs and help protect the planet.
The brick sits in the tank of the old toilet. Its presence means a little less water is wasted with every flush.
Ms. Gonzalez, a broker who owns Community Realty in Worcester, also replaced her printer paper with recycled paper, started switching the old ceiling lights with more efficient LEDs, and got rid