MINNEAPOLIS — Supervalu here said Thursday four Albertsons stores in the Seattle area have achieved a "zero waste" classification after diverting more than 90% of all waste away from landfills. Supervalu said in June it was committed to moving 40 stores to zero waste operations by the end of the fiscal year on Feb. 25. In late 2010 Albertsons transitioned two stores in Santa Barbara, Calif., to zero waste operations by diverting over 95% of waste from landfills. To ...

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