Safeway commits to responsibly-sourced paper products
PLEASANTON, Calif. — In effort to further its commitment to sustainability, Safeway’s brand Softly bath and facial tissue and Ultra Thirsty paper towels are now certified by the Forest Stewardship Council and the Rainforest Alliance.
Safeway’s paper products earned the FSC seal by being produced from fiber sourced from suppliers who have been independently certified to follow the strictest standards in sustainable, ethical forestry management and production chain controls.
"With forest resources under stress, it is important we lead by walking the talk in our environmental specifications for paper and help drive meaningful sustainability improvements in the supply chain," said Don Davidson, Safeway VP strategic sourcing.
For green shoppers, Safeway also offers a line of paper products made from 100% recycled paper.
SRS Real Estate announces Houston leadership
Dallas — SRS Real Estate Partners announced that new leadership in the Houston office has been put in place to help strengthen the firm’s presence throughout central and south Texas.
Todd Wallace and Robert O’Farrell have been named co-market leaders for the Houston office, focusing on growth via building its retail brokerage team.
Wallace and O’Farrell currently lead the Austin and newly established San Antonio offices as well. With this leadership change, Wallace and O’Farrell will be leading all the offices.
Marcus & Millichap names senior director
Encino, Calif. — Marcus & Millichap Real Estate Investment Services said it has named Brandon Michaels senior director of the firm’s National Retail Group in Encino.
Michaels joined Marcus & Millichap in July 2004.