Moving Towards Zero Waste

Moving Towards Zero Waste

At Albertsons Companies, our commitment to responsibly use resources includes thoughtful consideration of how we can reduce the amount of waste sent to landfills and recycle what was once considered trash. We are now working toward zero waste across all our operations.

Read more on our Recycling & Waste Reduction Webpage.

 

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Safeway-Albertsons Distribution Center Showcases Sustainability
Gresham's Safeway-Albertsons Regional Distribution Center showed how being green can be implemented on a massive scaleduring a monthly gathering of like-minded business owners and community members last week.[...] Daryl Woods, director of distribution for Safeway-Albertsons Regional Distribution Center said the key is using smart practices to lower the facility's footprint, while also...
Sep 4, 2019 9:05 AM ET
Albertsons Companies Celebrates America Recycles Day
America Recycles Day is annually observed on November 15th to inspire Americans to recycle and buy recycled products. The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) estimates $9 billion worth of materials are sent to the landfill each year. Whether its metal, plastic, glass, electronics or paper,...
Nov 15, 2018 10:00 AM ET
Albertsons Companies Celebrates Dairy Month with Innovative Packaging
Over the years, we have proudly introduced our brands such as Lucerne®, Open Nature® and O Organics®, all offering an assortment of wholesome dairy products from milk, cheese and butter to yogurt and ice cream and everything in between. While the product quality and taste of these products is a no brainer, our environmental footprint is also of huge importance to our company. As part of our...
Jun 1, 2018 7:55 AM ET
Albertsons Companies Celebrates Earth Day by Reducing Plastic Waste
This year, Earth Day is focused on plastic pollution and the lasting effects on our planet. There’s growing concern that plastic, in addition to littering our beaches and clogging our waste streams, is threatening marine wildlife and may end up in our food. Plastic pollution can come from a variety of sources, including clear film in plastic bags or product packaging. The Great Pacific Garbage...
Apr 18, 2018 7:00 AM ET
ReFED Analysis Reveals Food Waste Represents $18.2 Billion Profit Opportunity for Grocery Retailers
Originally published on ReFED Today, ReFED, a multi-stakeholder nonprofit committed to reducing the $218 billion of food waste in the United States, launched the...
Jan 24, 2018 7:55 AM ET

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