WASHINGTON — About a month after starting up an ammonia-based refrigeration system in an Albertsons store in Carpinteria, Calif. — one of the first such systems in the U.S. — Supervalu is finding that the system is “operating like a champ,” said Richard Heath, senior manager, technology integration for Supervalu, Albertsons, parent.
“For anyone who’s concerned about ammonia, many of the hurdles we were afraid of turned out not to be hurdles at ...
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