IGA merchants are concerned about the environment, as evidenced by the many environmental initiatives they’ve carried out over the years.
The IGA supermarket in Saint-Pascal-de-Kamouraska was the first in Canada to earn LEED certification (Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design), a clear indicator that IGA merchants are ahead of the curve with respect to sustainable construction.

Always keen to support our customers in going green, we have also created Fonds Éco IGA which, thanks to the million dollars allocated annually since 2008, finances environmental projects, and supports initiatives such as the rainwater barrel distribution tour throughout Quebec.

Curious to learn more? Take a look at the different categories below to discover some of IGA's environmental initiatives.
Une recette gagnante pour l’environnement!

À vos frigos workshops

You find yourself throwing away overly ripe fruit and vegetables? At a loss for what to do with yesterday's leftovers? Fonds Éco IGA is proud to present À vos frigos workshops!
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Rainwater barrel

Rainwater barrels and compost bins distribution

Since 2010, IGA retailers have distributed over 85 500 ecological items to citizens.
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Éco IGA funds

Fonds Éco IGA

Hundreds of projects financed throughout Quebec and now in New Brunswick as well!
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Le programme d'optimisation de la gestion des matières résiduelles

Residual waste management optimization program

More than a year ago, Sobeys Québec began rolling out a major, province-wide waste management optimization program (WMO) for IGA supermarkets.
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ZinZen program

Éco IGA funds allocates $100,000 to revitalize a neglected space in the town of Nicolet.
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