LA HABRA, Calif. — An Albertsons store here is the first by a major grocery retailer to earn Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED) certification for a remodel, according to the company, which is a division of Minneapolis-based Supervalu.
“It was important to us [to seek LEED certification] because like our parent company, Albertsons is committed to investing in environmental sustainability and minimizing its carbon footprint,” said Lilia Rodriguez, a spokeswoman for ...
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