Supermarkets have all the water uses of typical retail outlets, such as sanitary fixtures and landscape irrigation, plus much more. The most notable is the water used to cool the condensers units for the refrigeration systems, such as display coolers and freezers, storage coolers and freezers, butcher shops, delis, bakeries, etc. Supermarkets also have considerable water use in a variety of other appliances. Overall, supermarkets have a variety of specialized water uses and appliances that provide large water conservation opportunities.
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