Natural Refrigerants Workshop

Thursday, May 3rd, 9am-5pm
Networking Reception 5-7:30

Associated General Contractors Building
1649 Shoreline Dr #100
Boise, ID 83702


Join the North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council (NASRC) for a FREE, full-day natural refrigerant workshop hosted by the Idaho Department of Environmental Quality (DEQ).

Hear about the many refrigerant-related challenges the food retail industry faces and how to avoid them. Learn how natural refrigerants can give you a competitive advantage over others.

The morning session will give an overview of future government regulations and policies related to your refrigerant choices. In the afternoon, choose one of two tracks:

Track 1: Deep Dive on Natural Refrigerant Systems

  • CO2 transcritical, ammonia, and propane systems
  • How to optimize design, installation, operations, and maintenance of these systems

Track 2: Solutions for Smaller Food Retail Formats

  • CO2 condensing units and propane self-contained systems
  • Service tech availability, codes and standards, and return on investment for natural refrigerants

Attendees will hear from the nation's expert on refrigerant regulations and policy, as well as experts from the country's leading engineering and manufacturing firms specializing in CO2, ammonia, and propane technologies.

This event is ideal for food retailers from large chains to small independents and convenience stores.

Light refreshments and lunch - sponsored by Kysor Warren - will be provided. A networking social sponsored by DC Engineering will follow the workshop. Registration is required.

Space is limited, so don't delay!


About NASRC: The North American Sustainable Refrigeration Council is a membership-based 501(c)(3) nonprofit, committed to advancing natural refrigerants through education, outreach and by tackling challenges that hinder the uptake of these alterantives. Natural refrigerants offer a host of environmental benefits, and we are bringing all stakeholders together to make these technologies a reality throughout the North American market.