DALLAS (FNS) -- With production of chlorofluorocarbon-based refrigerants set to expire by the end of next year, retailers had better start developing strong corporate policies to phase out the use of the coolants. They also must bite the bullet and make the considerable investment required to install new or converted refrigerating and chilling equipment that uses safer coolants. That was the message delivered by John Seaberg, vice president of engineering and construction for Shaw's ...
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