LA JOLLA, Calif. -- H.E. Butt Grocery Co., San Antonio, has realized over $2 million in hard savings from an infrared thermography program in addition to soft benefits from avoided losses, said Kapp Japhet, energy manager, at the Food Marketing Institute Energy and Technical Services Conference here. The company started using infrared more than 10 years ago and in 1997 invested in a $65,000 camera when it established an in-house program, Japhet said. H-E-B examines all of its stores and ...
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