WASHINGTON —The GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership, run by the Environmental Protection Agency, is working on a "lifecycle cost analysis" of advanced refrigeration systems that will enable retailers to compare the overall cost of these systems to that of a conventional DX refrigeration system, said Keilly Witman, communication specialist for the EPA and manager of GreenChill. EPA is "targeting this year" to complete the analysis, based so far on input from 10 stores, and report ...

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