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Store Showcases Sustainable Technology

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Members of the Hatfield Township community place a high value on locally sourced and organic foods and environmental stewardship. As such, planning for the town’s new ShopRite supermarket included making sustainability a priority from product offerings to construction of the store itself — including the choice of refrigeration systems and display cases.


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A Platinum CO2 System for a Supermarket

By Peter Powell
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In late 2010, Sprouts Farmers Market set out to meet the EPA’s most stringent GreenChill standards with construction of its Thousand Oaks, Calif., store. Sprouts tapped Hill Phoenix to design a refrigeration system that not only would be environmentally friendly, but also energy efficient and cost effective to install and maintain.


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Golden Technology Keeps Stores Cool

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The supermarket chain Hy-Vee Inc.’s 64,000-square-foot store in Fairfield, Iowa, opened on April 12 as the company’s second Leadership in Energy and Environmental Design (LEED)-certified store. It is one of the few supermarkets in the country that has achieved U.S. EPA GreenChill Gold-Level certification.
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Distributed Refrigeration Technologies

By Travis D. Lumpkin, P.E.
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Centralized refrigeration systems have been in use for years. Distributed systems, on the other hand, are one of the newer commercially adopted refrigeration technologies.


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Letters From Our Readers: Aug. 15, 2011

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I take issue with Carrier Corp. requesting the EPA to prohibit manufacturing of dry R-22 condensing units.


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