WASHINGTON — Even retailers that haven't joined the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency's GreenChill Advanced Refrigeration Partnership stand to gain from some new documents the EPA has just released. GreenChill, which was launched last November, is a free, voluntary program that is designed to help retailers address some of the thorny challenges associated with refrigeration, such as leaks, refrigeration retrofits and refrigerant quantity reduction. So far, 22 supermarket banners have ...

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