Prop 65: Bisphenol A (BPA)

Issue Overview The topic of Bisphenol A (BPA) continues to be of importance across the industry, especially for member companies […]


Suggestions submitted for reducing regulatory burden

As part of Executive Order 13771 to reduce regulation and regulatory costs, DOE requested comments to improve its process for […]


UL 921 review is complete

UL has completed its file review of standard UL 921 for commercial dishwashers, however, the testing phase of the review […]


EPA and NAFEM collaborating on ENERGY STAR verification enhancement

At a recent meeting with the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA), the Agency agreed to explore the expansion of a successful, […]


NAFEM recommends energy conservation standards program improvements

Late this month, NAFEM submitted comments in response to DOE’s request for information to inform its Energy Conservation Standards Program Design. DOE […]


NAFEM has a “seat at the table” as DOE creates energy efficiency standards

It’s clear from everything going on in the foodservice equipment industry that energy-efficiency standards are not only here to stay, […]


Increasing importance of energy efficiency standards

NAFEM’s Barnes & Thornburg partners Jeff Longworth and Tammy Helminski have published Enforcement Turns Up the Heat on Energy Efficiency. The […]


California proceeding with HFC regulations

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) is moving forward with its plans to adopt the same EPA SNAP list of unacceptable […]


EPA requests SNAP Program input through stakeholder meeting

The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) will hold a stakeholder meeting to gather input as it begins developing a response to […]


State of the Association — Kevin Fink, CFSP

The following was presented by Kevin Fink, CFSP at the Annual Business Meeting, March 22, 2018. Presenting the State of […]