EIA - Beyond the Dirty Dozen: Is your local supermarket still destroying the global climate?

EIA has released a new report exposing leading U.S. retailers such as Walmart, Publix, and Safeway as doing little to meet public commitments to phase out hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).

Some of the most potent greenhouse gases (GHGs), used most commonly in refrigeration and air conditioning systems. Beyond the Dirty Dozen, a follow up to EIA’s 2013 report The Dirty Dozen, reveals that despite readily available climate-friendly alternatives, shockingly few supermarket chains are replacing leaking refrigeration systems or using HFC free-systems in new stores.


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