Commercial kitchens get help with going green

August 27, 2008 at 10:30 am

FoodServiceWarehouse.com has launched its Going Green Program, an industry-vetted program aimed at helping commercial kitchens cope with the costs and complexities of going green. Through educational resources, rewards and the industry’s only free certification process, FoodServiceWarehouse.com is dedicated to helping commercial kitchens slash energy costs, conserve water and reduce their environmental impact. To kick-start the program, FoodServiceWarehouse.com will give away a green commercial kitchen worth up to $40,000 to one qualifying kitchen.  “Restaurants that invest strategically in energy efficiency can cut utility costs between 10 to 30 percent without sacrificing service, quality, style or comfort—while making significant contributions to a cleaner environment,” said Kate Lewis, sales and marketing manager for the ENERGY STAR® Commercial Food Service Program, a FoodServiceWarehouse.com partner. “As an ENERGY STAR partner, we appreciate FoodServiceWarehouse.com’s efforts to promote ENERGY STAR in the commercial kitchen and improve the environmental sustainability of restaurants.” 

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