WASHINGTON — The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced that its GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership with the supermarket industry now includes more than 6,500 stores in 47 states. Launched in November 2007, the program is designed to reduce the use and emissions of ozone-depleting refrigerants in the nation’s grocery stores. Last year, retailers in the program reduced their aggregate total refrigerant emissions by 8.5%. EPA officials estimate that if all U.S. ...

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