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For companies looking to train credit department staff in a professional, cost-effective way, joining this group can help reduce your credit risk and associated losses. Learn more.

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Key information includes how efficient equipment is now standard in many restaurants; operators are recycling and focused on packaging; and reducing food waste is an area of concern.

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Producer Price Index (PPI) News Release

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The United States Court of Appeals for the District of Columbia Circuit has denied a petition to rehear its earlier decision to “vacate,” or strike down, a 2015 EPA rule that would have banned the use of certain HFCs commonly used in a number of commercial foodservice equipment categories. The Jan. 26, 2018 decision reaffirmed […]

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) Significant New Alternatives Policy (SNAP) program implements section 612 of the amended Clean Air Act of 1990, which requires EPA to evaluate substitutes for the ozone-depleting substances to reduce overall risk to human health and the environment.

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DOE is evaluating the potential advantages and disadvantages of adding flexibilities to the Energy Conservation Standards Program. It has a pending request for information (RFI) for ideas for flexibility, including using market-based approaches to set energy efficiency standards.

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There are advocacy approaches and success stories in all industries. To bring these insights to our members, we’ll highlight campaigns of other organizations, share articles, interview leaders involved in this work and provide additional food for thought. 

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The Orange County, California South Coast Air Quality Management District (SCAQMD) is working on an Air Quality Management Plan which calls for dramatic reductions in nitrogen oxide (NOx) emissions. This will affect “hot side” equipment, e.g., broilers, fryers, griddles and ovens – essentially anything with a burner.

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NAFEM submitted requested comments to DOE for an upcoming Office of Management and Budget Review (OMB) of DOE’s paperwork requirements for its appliance standards program.

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