NAFEM opposes potential tariffs on imported steel

NAFEM and a coalition of 14 other steel-consuming associations sent a letter to the Trump administration opposing potential tariffs on imported steel. […]


Economic and business implications of the new tax act

To better understand the economic and business implications of the new tax act, NAFEM spoke with two leaders at the National […]


2018 edition of The State of Restaurant Sustainability

The National Restaurant Association has released its 2018 edition of The State of Restaurant Sustainability, highlighting the sustainability efforts of restaurant […]


Environmental Protection Agency

January 31, 2018 Significant new alternatives policy (EPA SNAP) As required by Executive Order 13777 offsetting the number and cost of new […]


Advocacy at NAFEM: At work for members

NAFEM President Kevin Fink, CFSP, and Technical Liaison Committee (TLC) Chair Bill Sickles, P.E., tell us about NAFEM’s advocacy work, how it […]


California updates plan to reduce greenhouse gas emissions

The California Environmental Protection Agency’s Air Resources Board (CARB) has recommended that the State phase down hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants commonly […]


California Environmental Protection Agency Air Resources Board (CARB)

Proposed strategy to reduce short-lived climate pollutants California has joined a worldwide movement to help stall climate change by limiting […]


Manufacturer concerns expressed at NAFEM regulatory reform roundtable in D.C.

Commercial foodservice equipment and supplies manufacturers took another step to engage in the Trump Administration’s regulatory reform process when NAFEM […]


Department of Energy

Walk-in coolers/freezers (DOE/WIC/WIF) The U.S. Department of Energy (DOE) has extended the deadline by when members must meet new energy […]


NAFEM comments to DOE on ways to reduce regulatory burden

As required by Executive Order 13777 offsetting the number and cost of new regulations, the U.S. Department of Energy (USDOE) is seeking […]