SACRAMENTO, Calif. – On Jan. 1, the California Air Resources Board (ARB) will begin applying new refrigeration regulations to about 2,000 facilities, including some supermarkets, with greater than 2,000 pounds of a refrigerant that has a significant impact on global warming. The ARB’s regulations are part of a range of measures developed under AB 32, California’s climate change law enacted in 2006. In addition to paying annual dues ($370), the affected businesses have until March 1 to ...

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