After Denain in December, Lidl continues to transform its stores to make them “more spacious and more welcoming”. Thursday, January 3, 2019, at 8:30, residents of Hazebrouck (North) will discover their brand new supermarket. Several months of construction have been necessary to modernize the sales area which now extended to over 1420 m².

Lidl ensures that it has thought of its concept in an eco-responsible way so that the ecological footprint of the building is practically nil. This has led to the use of sustainable materials (91% recyclable and recoverable), low consumption equipment (LEDs, etc.) and energy technology devices.

The banner has also adopted 100% recyclable packaging and set up a waste recovery system (selective sorting, compression of paper and cardboard, recycling of plastic, etc.).

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