M&S no longer ranked a leader on green refrigeration

The Environmental Investigation Agency has criticised Marks & Spencer for slow progress on its HFC-free refrigeration trials and its reluctance to install doors on in-store open fridges

by Kyla Mandel
Installing doors on fridges would reduce a supermarket's energy use by a third according to the EIA (photograph: Marks & Spencer)
Installing doors on fridges would reduce a supermarket's energy use by a third according to the EIA (photograph: Marks & Spencer)

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