The problem of refrigerant emissions is a costly one for grocers and a harmful one for the environment. Grocers collectively spend at least $200 million every year on unnecessary refrigerant leaks.
In this webinar, EPA’s GreenChill expert Keilly Witman and GreenChill partner Hanover Food Co-op’s Tom Guillette, will discuss how co-ops can save both money and the environment by reducing refrigerant emissions. The GreenChill program offers practical tools and solutions to calculate the cost to your bottom line, best practice guidelines to tackle the problem as well as awards and recognition for progress.
Participants will learn:
- The widespread problem of refrigerant emissions and its financial and environmental impact
- How the EPA’s GreenChill program helps co-ops reduce refrigerant emissions
- Benefits and tools available through EPA’s GreenChill program
- Tom Guillette- Facilities Manager, Hanover Consumer Co-op Society, Inc.
- Keilly Witman- Program Manager, EPA GreenChill Program
Who Should Participate?
- Management and staff of food cooperatives and wholesale grocery cooperatives