EPA Compliance | Structural Concepts

EPA Compliance

To keep your food fresh and the planet clean, we’ve put in over 4,000 hours of work to develop display cases that emit the lowest amount of carbon emissions of any cases on the market today. All of our cases are compliant with air pollutant regulations like CARB often in advance of the regulation’s implementation date.

Why Should You Buy Structural Concepts EPA-Compliant Display Cases?

Avoid Expense Down the Line

Even if these regulations don’t apply to you, they will likely soon. By purchasing the right case now, you can assure you don’t have to reinvest later. Being energy-efficient, these display cases can also help you cut down on your energy bill each month.

No Added Cost

We changed our refrigerants, not our prices. We believe you should receive all of the benefits of a low-emission display case, without a price increase digging into your bottom line. Our up-to-date, EPA-compliant display cases come to you at no additional cost.

No Added Hassle

There is no added hassle involved in using an EPA-compliant display case. These cases don’t require any additional maintenance. We can even update your current merchandiser with a conversion kit that a field service technician easily installs to make your equipment EPA-compliant with the regulations in your area.

The Planet Will Thank You

We have replaced the refrigerants in our condensing units with approved low-emission refrigerants that have approximately one-quarter the GWP (Global Warming Potential) of their predecessors. Regardless of requirements and costs, reducing air pollution is something that benefits us all.
Who Is Affected by These Regulations?

The California Cooling Act adopted by CARB (California Air Resources Board) is an act that calls for the phasing out of high global warming potential and hydrofluorocarbon. CARB is specific to California; however, similar regulations are already in place in Canada, Vermont, and Washington. New Jersey also has a bill that is currently working its way through legislation, and Maryland, Delaware, Connecticut, and New York have all announced intent to promote similar legislation in the future. Even if you are not in one of these states, the widespread adoption of these regulations could indicate that you’ll be facing them soon in your area.

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