SAN BERNARDINO, Calif. — Stater Bros. Markets here said it plans to roll out a composting program to its 166 stores over the next three weeks — a project to turn organic waste into compost that can be sold to area farmers. The first "green" load was scheduled to be delivered to the company's distribution center here Wednesday. Going forward, items such as produce trim and cull, waxed cardboard, wooden crates and paper will be loaded onto pallets and returned via the chain's delivery trucks ...
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