Webinar: Understanding Refrigerants: Challenges and Best Practices

Thu, Aug 9, 2018 1:00 PM – 2:00 PM CDT
Register at https://register.gotowebinar.com/register/1114431293051566083

Hydro-fluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants are the fastest growing source of greenhouse gas emissions globally, and the food retail industry is one of the largest emitters of these super-pollutants. As a result, refrigerant end-users are facing more and more regulations, and compliance is becoming increasingly challenging. While supermarkets are generally aware of their compliance obligations, other smaller food retail sectors may not be, and they don’t have resources readily available to help them understand what is required.

Recent technology advances provide options for refrigerant end-users to remain compliant, save money, and provide high-quality for their customers. Are you prepared to discuss the compliance challenges and opportunities to improve their bottom line with food retailers? Join us for a free webinar hosted by the Pollution Prevention Resource Center (PPRC), and co-sponsored by KW Refrigerant Management Strategy and the North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council, to learn about refrigeration regulations and how to connect refrigerant end-users with the right resources.

Webinar topics will include:

  • Current state of refrigeration regulation;
  • Real-world examples of compliance software, technology selection, and leak prevention and repair; 
  • Natural refrigerant alternatives to HFCs; and
  • Resources for refrigerant end-users and how technical assistance providers (TAPs) can help

Primary Presenter: Keilly Witman of KW Refrigerant Management Strategy

Additional presenters: Morgan Smith, North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council and Ben Jarvis, Idaho Department of Environmental Quality

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