Refrigeration exists in many types of retail outlets, but it is most closely associated with the almost endless variety of perishable products found in supermarkets. So it is not surprising that the responsibility for reducing refrigeration's environmental impact is falling squarely on the shoulders of the supermarket industry. The industry is now beginning to awaken to that responsibility by driving a number of changes in refrigeration — changes that are making the technology not only more ...
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