A-Gas, a global leader in environmentally responsible lifecycle refrigerant management, announces its attendance at the Food Industry Association’s Energy & Store Development (E+sd) Conference.
A-Gas representatives Tim Amburgey, Director of National Accounts; Jason Lewis, Director of National Accounts; Don Carter, Regional Account Manager; and John Carlson, Regional Account Manager will be in attendance. From October 2-4, in Baltimore Maryland, conference attendees can connect with food retail industry peers to learn about the latest innovations in food retail energy, refrigeration, sustainability, and store design. The conference will allow attendees to connect on the industry’s most pressing issues.
From refrigeration to integrating the circular economy into refrigerant management practices and shifting regulatory legislation, A-Gas brings extensive industry experience to the conference floor. A-Gas is the world leader in the supply and lifecycle management of refrigerants. Over decades of heavy investment in state-of-the-art recovery and reclamation technology, A-Gas has been able to provide businesses with on-site EPA-certified recovery, cylinder swap, and reclamation services. These not only add an additional revenue stream for businesses but facilitate the continued availability of these critical resources in times when supply chains are especially tight. Most important for the food retail industry is A-Gas’ commitment to ongoing partnership with its customers to provide regular portfolio-wide refrigerant services and product assurance.
Among other topics, A-Gas representatives will be present to help attendees navigate an ever-changing regulatory environment. More specifically, A-Gas aims to help California food retailers understand and plan for regulations that impact them, such as State Bill 1206 (SB 1206), which prohibits the sale and distribution of bulk HFCs or HFC blends that exceed set GWP limits. A-Gas’ approach to lifecycle refrigerant management will help stores meet these regulations. With a focus on EPA-certified recovery and reclamation processes, A-Gas helps businesses meet HFC compliance while contributing to a growing circular economy for refrigerant gases.
A-Gas looks forward to this opportunity for food retail industry leaders to learn about the critical ways we can operate more efficiently as an industry—making better use of the materials at our disposal and ultimately driving the next generation of cooling and refrigeration.