For most businesses, recycling is a hassle. That's not the case with Kroger, which has taken the initiative and developed a comprehensive, chainwide recycling system that helps find new life for everything from plastic bags to corrugated cardboard. Plastic recycling is a key feature of Kroger's efforts. Customers can drop their unwanted plastic bags, shrink wrap, dry-cleaning covers and like materials into special bins that can be found at any Kroger banner, including Fred Meyer, ...

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