ALDI Celebrates Earth Day All Year Round!

April 22, 2014 – At ALDI, we’re all about being green and saving green! In fact, many of the eco-friendly things that we do every day in our stores are the reasons we are able to keep prices so low for you – our customers. How do we do it? Well, it’s simple:


We’re doing our part to help the environment, and here are five ways to do yours!

  1. Conserve power by unplugging electronics when they are not in use. Even when your electronics are turned off, they can still be using electricity.
  2. Try a natural, homemade cleaning product created from ingredients you can buy at ALDI.
  3. Skip the brown bag and plastic baggies, and pack lunches in reusable containers. Not only do these containers create less trash, they also protect that PB&J sandwich better from being squished in heavy backpacks!
  4. Create a recycling bin for your family. The kids can help sort through what can be recycled and what is trash.
  5. Ride your bike or walk whenever possible. Not only are you doing the environment a favor, it’s a great way to get in your daily exercise!
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5 thoughts on “ALDI Celebrates Earth Day All Year Round!

  1. olga may-henley

    This is my first time visiting your site. I love it, especially the Earth Day information. I have been sharing this site with other co-workers at school and also at Church. Thanks

  2. Mary Ridenour

    I use the plastic containers that the fruits and veggies come in from Aldi’s to put in peat pots and grow my own produce..some with the lids make an ideal “greenhouse” effect for starting the peat pots as most of the starter kits you get at the garden centers etc have the same concept..BUT I am recycling what I buy at the store and NOT adding more waste in the land fills!!

  3. Rosemary Soule

    ALDI’s is doing a great job preserving the earth. I would like to see recycle bins outside their stores so we may be able to to give back to the environment and give back to ALDI’s. Keeping the prices down and giving back ALDI’s will also save money.
    I throw away 24 – 36 plastic bottle s per week away that I buy at ALDI’s.
    If everyone (which is possible) throwing away that many bottles in the dump = 1 pound and there are 35,000 persons in area that means almost 35,000 pounds plastic water bottles going into dumps every week of just empty water bottles.
    Please put recycling bins by ALDI’s so we may be able to give back to community. Possibly keep prices low and stamp out world hunger.
    Thank you

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