DENVER — Julius Banks, national recycling and emissions reduction program manager, Environmental Protection Agency, Washington, urged food retailers yesterday to provide more input to the EPA on the phaseout of ozone-depleting R-22 HCFC refrigerant from their store refrigeration systems. “The supermarket industry should be at our door,” said Banks, who spoke at a session at the Food Marketing Institute’s Energy & Technical Services Conference here. “I can’t imagine why we don’t have more ...

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