WASHINGTON -- The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency hopes that its new GreenChill Partnership with the supermarket industry will “achieve broad adoption of advanced refrigeration systems that are ozone-friendly and significantly reduce emissions of greenhouse gases,” said Jeff Cohen, manager of the EPA‘s Alternatives and Emissions Reductions program. Food Lion, Salisbury, N.C., which last month became one of the first retailers to join the GreenChill Partnership, is testing one such ...

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