United States Environmental Protection Agency will provide an important update on EPA refrigerant and equipment regulations during the 2011 HVAC Excellence National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference.
Julius Banks from the United States Environmental Protection Agency will provide an important update on EPA refrigerant and equipment regulations during the 2011 HVAC Excellence National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference. This session will include rules on the importing of thermostatic expansion valves.
Mr. Banks is the team leader and program manager for the United States Environmental Protection Agency Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling and Emission Reduction Program. This office overseas the Federal Clean Air Act programs Section 608 and Section 609 which pertain to working with regulated refrigerants.
The National HVACR Educators and Trainers Conference is a train-the-trainer boot camp consist of concurrent high impact sessions covering: new and changing technologies, changes in federal legislation, energy efficiency, best practices, training techniques that work, green and sustainable technologies, industry exhibits, and round tables. This conference is open to anyone in the HVACR industry interested in learning about new technology and involved in training our current or future workforce.
The 2011 conference will be held March 20-22, 2011 at the SouthPoint Hotel in Las Vegas, NV. Conference highlights: over 40 sessions to attend, both teaching technique classes and technical sessions, educator credentialing exams offered at no charge, round tables to network and exchange ideas, kick off session with open bar, earn continuing education units, Plated Breakfast & Lunch with beverages (Monday & Tuesday) included.
For all of the conference details visit www.hvacexcellence.org and click the conference link or call 1-800-394-5268.