WASHINGTON — Keilly Witman, who is largely responsible for creating and managing the Environmental Protection Agency’s five-year-old GreenChill Partnership aimed at reducing refrigerant emissions in supermarkets, announced that she is leaving the agency as of April 30. In an email sent last night to GreenChill participants, Witman said her departure was “due to the sequestration-related pay cuts for EPA employees.” She will be replaced as manager of GreenChill by ...
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