For food retailers, Keilly Witman has become known as the “friendly face” of the Environmental Protection Agency, the person to call when you have questions about refrigerant leaks, the new R-22 refrigerant regulation or anything else refrigeration-related. Before Witman joined the EPA in August 2007, the agency had a more formidable reputation among supermarket operators, who were wary of its regulatory clout with regard to refrigeration leak rates. But Witman, a former ...

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