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Almo Goes Green

Philadelphia – A three-year-long “Going Green” program at Almo Corp. has
dramatically reduced the CE and appliance distributor’s environmental impact
and expenses.

Specifically, new fluorescent lighting and occupancy sensors lowered
company-wide energy consumption by 40 percent; paper and postage costs were cut
by making 80 percent of all
payments electronically; 100 percent of
all printed materials utilize recycled paper and are produced at a
green-certified printer; and 100 percent of all waste cardboard, electronics, paper,
plastic and glass are now recycled.

The savings, across 1
million square feet of office and warehouse space and the millions of SKUs
shipped annually, amounted to a 40 percent drop in related expenses, the
company said.

“As a family-oriented
business, we wanted to do our part to ensure a clean, healthy environment for
our upcoming generations,” said Almo president/COO Warren Chaiken. “The program
has exceeded our expectations and inspired us to further our environmental

In other Almo news, the distributor will hold its 2011 Mid-Atlantic

on May 3 at the Radisson Northeast in Philadelphia. The event
will draw key dealers and retail partners from
North Carolina to Maine to
see and train on the latest products and
technologies and profit from
Expo-only show specials on merchandise, flooring and financing.
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