Operators trying to lower energy or water usage and increase efficiency should consider equipment such as heat recovering ware-washing systems and newer lighting technology, according to Food Service Technology Center engineers. The FSTC in San Ramon, Calif., recently marked its 25th year as a lab for testing the energy efficiency, water efficiency and performance of foodservice kitchen appliances and ventilation systems. RELATED • Eat 'n Park breaks down video ...

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