The scale of our business means we can make a massive difference by ensuring respect for our environment is embedded in our decision making. We aim to be the UK’s greenest grocer and look to act sustainably, address climate change and conserve resources. Our focus is not simply on reducing our impact on the environment but on having a net positive effect including using our leadership position to engage our suppliers and others to do the same.
Justin Harrison 25 September 2013 at 17:30:44
I believe that this is an Excellent Initiative by Our Great Company.
Will Ganderton 24 August 2012 at 16:03:40
I would be interested in: 1. How the performance varied between the UK locations. 2.What your normal electrical consumption would be and by how much 'bought in' electricity has been reduced plus any credits from selling any surplus. 3. What has been the capital cost so far. Regards
Richard 20 April 2013 at 09:33:58
This is really good news and it gives me hope for the future. I'm just a regular Sainsbury's customer and I was not aware of your waste programme until I found this article while looking up your policy on the use of palm oil. Your food waste policy and other efforts are makes me stop and search the internet for a local Sainsbury's instead of walking in to the first supermarket I see in the area I'm visiting. Together we will change the future. Thank you and keep up the good work.
richard wharton 14 February 2012 at 08:57:04
How aware are you of this issue? > very aware... in some parts of the world water shortages are already the biggest concern. Are you currently doing anything to use less water and if so, what? > don't use bottled water, use the washing machine & dishwasher only on full loads. How do you think companies like Sainsbury's should address this issue? > JS should be bold & lead change