NEWTON, Mass. — A Star market store here is the first grocery store in the nation to receive the EPA’s GreenChill Partnership platinum store award. The advanced refrigeration technology in the new store, which is part of Shaw’s, significantly reduces its impact on climate change and the stratospheric ozone layer by cutting the use of refrigerants by 85% compared with the typical supermarket. “Supermarkets and their customers know that it’s cool to earn the EPA’s GreenChill Store ...

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