Aldi UK cuts more than 1,300 tonnes of carbon with new energy-saving measures instore

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Aldi will be reducing its carbon footprint through a series of new energy-saving measures which are being introduced in stores across the UK.

Some of the measues include installing chiller doors, air source heat pumps and more efficient fridges and lights, meaning the German discounter will be able to preserve a significant amount of carbon emissions.

Aldi told Grocery Gazette that the carbon savings total 1,370 tonnes across the UK, coming on top of other savings that the grocer is already making in existing stores, or in stores that were opened or refurbished last year…

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