Facing government scrutiny for having leaky, outdated cooling systems, retailers are wrestling with the mechanics of switching to newer, more environmentally friendly refrigerants. It's no small task for retailers, who are among the largest users of refrigeration systems in the world. Supermarket operators also are feeling some heat from the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency and the Department of Justice. Both agencies have been stepping up efforts to enforce provisions of the Clean Air ...

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