As one of the world's largest users of refrigeration systems, retailers are on the front lines of the battle over the use of refrigerants in those systems. Retailers not only must prepare to eventually switch those refrigerants to a more environmentally friendly version, they also must ensure that ozone-damaging leaks of those refrigerants by their refrigeration systems are kept to a minimum. Dealing with these responsibilities was a prominent theme at the Food Marketing Institute's Energy ...
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