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GreenChill for Food Retailers

For those of you who are unaware, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency has a voluntary partnership with food retailers to reduce refrigerant emissions and decrease their impact on the ozone layer and climate change called GreenChill. I encourage you to visit their website (http://www.epa.gov/greenchill/). It is a wonderful resource for more than just supermarket retailers, packed with considerable information, including: how to become a GreenChill partner; a complete library of webinars and events; and a variety of reports, guidelines and tools that will assist your company with its stewardship efforts.

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  1. We at Power Technology Chicago Inc. have been following GreenChill since it began in 2007. It’s a great idea to pair up the EPA & Food Retailers considering how much refrigeration is used in the retailing of food! Hopefully together they can curb the release of ozone depleting gasses & speed up the phaseout of R22 refrigerant. Whole Foods has partnered with GreenChill & has received awards for most improved emissions rate. Greenchill helps stores transition to more environmentally friendly gasses! Find them on twitter @EPAgreenchill
    Our company helps educate HVAC & Refrigeration end users how to upgrade to more ozone friendly & energy efficient newer equipment as well.

    October 15, 2012

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