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Jun 2016
Students/Educators to Gather in Kentucky for Annual SkillsUSA Competition
SkillsUSA, the annual competition of for technical education and trade school students, heads to Louisville, KY at the Kentucky Exposition Center June 20–24 for the 52nd National Leadership and Skills Conference. More than 16,000 people are expected to attend this year, including students, teachers and business partners from all over the world.
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Jun 2016
ATMOsphere America Heads to Chicago
This year’s ATMOsphere America will be held in Chicago, IL June 16–17 at the Westin Michigan Avenue. The two-day event is highly regarded as a forum for the discussions on the business side of natural refrigerants in North America. It will be a unique opportunity to meet and exchange opinions with leading end-users, contractors, suppliers and government representatives.
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Jun 2016
Mission: HVAC Program Continues to Follow Students on Their Leaning Experience
Mission: HVAC is a program created by Shurtape to give students the chance to tell the world about their experiences navigating through the modern HVAC industry.
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May 2016
AHRI Calls for DOE to Follow the Rules
On April 1, AHRI penned a letter to the DOE calling on the agency to follow its own procedures when promulgating rules, and is seeking suspension of a current rulemaking for revising commercial boiler efficiency standards until its established process is followed.
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May 2016
EPA Proposes Use of Climate-Friendly Alternatives to HFCs
At the end of March, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency proposed to expand the list of acceptable substitutes and prohibit the use of certain chemicals in the U.S. that significantly contribute to climate change where safer, more climate-friendly alternatives exist.
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Apr 2016
Purdue University to Hold HVAC Conference
This summer Purdue University will be holding a four- day event that includes courses and seminars for HVACR professionals. Short courses will be held on July 10, while the conference itself will go from July 11–14 at the Stewart Center on campus.
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Mar 2015
AHR Draws Record-breaking Crowds Despite Winter Storms
The 2016 AHR Expo came to a close in Orlando, FL this January and brought a record number of attendees, according to a post-show analysis. Approximately 60,926 registered attendees came to the event despite winter storm Jonas shutting down much of the East Coast
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Mar 2016
EPA Revises Recertification Process for Lead Rule
This February, the Environmental Protection Agency announced revisions to refresher training requirements for renovators as part of the Renovation, Repair and Painting program.
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Mar 2016
AHRI Takes a Stand on Refrigerants
AHRI and the Natural Resources Defense Council (NRDC) issued a joint letter to the EPA this February showing their support for changing the status of certain refrigerants used in liquid chillers under the Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program effective Jan. 1, 2025.
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Mar 2016
ASHRAE Publishes User’s Manual to Green Buildings Standard
Last month, ASHRAE released an updated user’s manual to ANSI/ASHRAE/USGBC/IES Standard 189.1-2014, Standard for the Design of High-Performance, Green Buildings Except Low-Rise Residential Buildings.
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