PHOENIX — As the Environmental Protection Agency’s GreenChill partnership approaches its fifth anniversary at the end of November, the voluntary program can report that its goal-setting, record-keeping methods have enabled its retail members to cut their refrigerant leak rates to under 13% — almost half that of the industry as a whole. The seemingly unavoidable refrigerant leaks that spring from supermarket refrigeration systems — at an average annual rate of 25% ...
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