WASHINGTON -- Supermarket retailers are very active in recycling and want to gain more expertise in preparing for energy deregulation, according to the "Report on Environmental Practices," published by the Food Marketing Institute here. The Environmental Practices survey found that most or all of the time supermarkets recycle corrugated boxes, wooden pallets, meat, fat, bones, aluminum cans, white paper and cooking oil, and donate food to food banks. "The supermarket industry has been very ...

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