Delhaize Reports Energy Improvement

The retailer has reduced energy use across its operations and has eliminated CFC emissions.

Belgian retailer Delhaize has announced that it has reduced energy use across the company by 3.5 per cent, and has eliminated the use of chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) at all of the groups operations.

In the companys 2008 corporate responsibility report, Delhaize revealed that energy cuts had been achieved in a number of different ways, including the replacement of physical servers with virtual servers at its US-based Food Lion operation and the installation of doors on fridges at all new Belgian stores, reducing refrigeration energy use by 30 per cent.

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