Looking for ways to cut your operation's energy costs? We thought so. Check out these tips from Contributing Editor Dan Bendall.
Restaurants typically use five to 10 times the energy per square foot of many other businesses. That's a lot of energy savings potential if you make the right investments and decisions. Luckily, saving energy in foodservice operations is getting easier than it was only a few years ago. Start with the biggest energy user — your exhaust hood. It sucks a lot of the air you spend energy dollars to cool out your kitchen. A new generation of exhaust ventilators has changed some of the ...
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