DENVER — The Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, plans to issue a long-expected notice of proposed rulemaking in regard to federal regulations governing refrigeration leak repairs in the late spring or early summer of 2008, according to Julius Banks, the EPA’s national recycling and emissions reduction program manager. Those regulations, under which retailers are required to repair, replace or retrofit their refrigeration system within 30 days if they have an annual leak rate of 35% ...

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