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Fact sheet publicizing the new sustainable and community features for the recently remodeled Hawthorne Fred Meyer in Portland, OR

Fact sheet publicizing the new sustainable and community features for the recently remodeled Hawthorne Fred Meyer in Portland, OR


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  • 1. Hawthorne Fred Meyer Fact Sheet Hawthorne Fred Meyer hopes to be the first LEED Certified grocery store in Oregon and the first for the Kroger Co. chain of 2,500 stores. Fred Meyer’s Hawthorne location is celebrating its $17 million investment in the community and is striving to meet Silver LEED Certification standards for the U.S. Green Building Council. In addition to the many sustainable features-from reducing energy consumption to using a variety of recycled materials-the store offers a variety of ready-to-eat meals and an extensive selection of local and organic products. Sustainability Features Community Features • Skylights upstairs let in natural light, reducing • One of the largest organic product electricity usage selections in Portland • Wood in shelving units made with low-VOC • Sushi bar with sushi train conveyor emitting wood and no formaldehyde belt • Signage painted on walls, reducing use of foam • Wood-fired pizza oven core and other materials • Burrito bar with homemade tortillas • Green features may cut energy, water and utility • Local baked goods from Papa costs by $250,000 a year Haydn, Jaciva’s Chocolates and • Rainwater captured off second floor roof, Marsee Bakery diverting water to be used for the refrigeration • Community mural designed by local condenser artist • Heat is reclaimed from refrigeration and used to • Extensive meal options in deli heat the water • Large selection of local goods, • Energy-efficient HVAC systems and lighting including Typhoon soup and dishes • Wood in some fixtures certified by the Forest from El-Amir Stewardship Council • Portland Roasting Coffee in bulk • Living roof on new bottle return building • Extensive bike parking • No plastic bags at check stands and produce bags • Large seating area looking out to made of recycled plastic Hawthorne • Free charging stations for up to eight electric • In-house “chippery” makes fresh vehicles chips daily • Original concrete floor poured in 1951; no • Paper shredder available for use chemicals required for cleaning with Rewards card • Low flow fixtures throughout store to reduce water consumption by at least 30 percent • Tiles behind deli counter and in Peet’s Coffee Contact: Melinda Merrill made of recycled glass Director, Public Affairs • Floor upstairs made of recycled tires 503-797-3830 • Shelves left unpainted, reducing VOC emissions melinda.merrill@fredmeyer.com www.fredmeyer.com

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