ATLANTA —Amid rising costs for energy and water, mounting concern about global warming, and a “greening” trend that gains visibility with each passing day, operators should embrace the growing numbers of energy efficiency-certified foodservice equipment, authorities on such components told attendees at the NAFEM Show 2007. The speakers for the educational session on Energy Star-qualified foodservice equipment underscored that not only are such items cheaper to run and less ...

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