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Industry update – the hot topics webinar

Climalife (IDS Refrigeration Ltd) is pleased to announce the next webinar in their series. You are invited to join Climalife UK at 10-10.45am on Wednesday the 16th September, where managing director Allan Harper and technical director Peter Dinnage will be discussing the hot topics in the industry such as COVID, Brexit, F-Gas, illegal products and eco-efficiency.

2020 has been a challenging year so far, due to the COVID-19 global pandemic.  The industry has had to adapt and change to new ways of working.  In this webinar, Climalife will talk about how COVID-19 has impacted the market and how we can all move forward through 2020.  Important industry topics will be addressed and discussed such as what Brexit will bring, what the next steps are in F-Gas and quota, the situation with illegal products and how the future of our industry is being shaped by the focus on eco-efficiency.

This webinar will be free to attend and will include an opportunity to raise questions. It will take place on 16 September, 10-10.45am.

To attend, register here

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