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May 16, 2012

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Reducing Operating Costs Through Energy Retrofits

By LANCE ENGLISH, Southland Industries, Garden Grove, Calif.

How do you develop a comprehensive plan for saving energy without spending a substantial amount of money just to learn what will work for your facility? It is not an easy task, but it can be done. A manufacturer in southern California recently was faced with a similar dilemma as it sought to reduce operating costs. This article examines the steps the manufacturer took to achieve operational excellence through a carefully orchestrated energy-audit and retrofit process.



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Free Guide Details how to Measure Carbon Footprint

“Carbon Footprint,” a free publication in the IFMA (International Facility Management Association) Foundation's "Sustainability ‘How-to’ Guide" series, provides a comprehensive approach to understanding greenhouse-gas-emission accounting, reporting, and minimization.


Proposed Revisions to ASHRAE/IES Energy Standard for Existing Buildings Open for Public Comment

Public input concerning proposed changes to ANSI/ASHRAE/IESNA Standard 100-2006, Energy Conservation in Existing Buildings, is being sought until June 18.



The 2012 NFPA Conference & Expois this year's largest and most important event for the fire protection, life safety, and electrical industries widely regarded as the most comprehensive event in the industry. The NFPA Conference & Expo combines an unrivaled educational conference with an expo of more than 360 solution providers. There is no better opportunity to speak with experts, evaluate products, find solutions to your technical challenges and stay current with technological advances in your field. Featured presentation 9/11: Leadership Before and After the Crisiswith keynote speaker Deputy Chief Jay Jonas, NYC Fire Dept. Learn more and register!

Carrier Sustainability Symposium Series to Continue


Deadline for HPAC Engineering Design Awards Extended

The deadline for entries for HPAC Engineering magazine's inaugural Design Awards, a program honoring innovative HVAC- and control-systems engineering in new and existing commercial, industrial, and institutional buildings, has been extended to Friday, June 1.


Design Your Mechanical Systems Week Experience to Suit Your Needs

Mechanical Systems Week 2012, a national seminar and product showcase devoted to HVACR, hydronics, and plumbing set to take place Sept. 19-21 in Schaumburg, Ill., offers registration options to fit any budget.




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