LANDOVER, Md. -- Giant Food here hopes to capitalize on the success of its recycling and alternate fuel programs by expanding the initiatives this year. The retailer, which recycled 50,000 tons of paper during the 1995 fiscal year, intends to best that total next year. Giant Food also recycles about 1,000 tons of plastics annually and is currently planning a new initiative to promote aluminum recycling. Another avenue of expansion for Giant Food's "green" initiatives calls for using ...

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