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puts waste to a positive use Waste not, Want not. Attleborough Sainsbury’s Colleagues were given a tour of local animal sanctuary PACT based at Woodrising, Hingham by members of its dedicated staff. The Attleborough store has been donating its waste fruit, vegetables and bread to the charity since Christmas 2012. Its all part of the company’s commitment to putting as much waste as possible to a positive use. The waste donation partnership goes alongside other company policies such as no waste to landfill and being the largest retailer to use anaerobic digestion. The Attleborough Store colleagues were introduced to some of the many animals at the sanctuary who benefit from the waste produce and bread which is either just out of date or too damaged to sell. Also the recipients of the customer pet food donation bin which is located at checkouts.
The sanctuary has over 600 animals of all domestic varieties, a vetinary centre and facilities for helping wildlife such as an influx of hedgehogs that have recently been brought in underweight and unlikely to survive on their own. PACT has been a registered charity since 1995 and is one of the largest in Norfolk. It operates a strict ‘no kill’ policy. To find out more about the charities work go to www.pactsanctuary.org or telephone 01362 820775. The website includes information on adopting, donating, volunteering or sponsoring an animal such as the sanctuaries resident Chihuahua Tabitha, pictured being held by Sainsbury’s colleague Charley along with Maria, Tom and Sanctuary Assistant Administrator Su.