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COLD FACTS, September-October 2015

Cold Facts coverIn this issue of COLD FACTS, discover eco-friendly design and mechanical elements are not only green, but good for business. Read about changes in Chemical Facility Regulations and how Latin American exporters are responding to FSMA.

On the Cover

Green Innovations in Cold Chain Construction

Building a cold chain facility and/or distribution center that is eco-friendly is not only good for the environment; it can save on energy costs.
By Karen E. Thuermer

In the Issue

Policy Changes Likely in Chemical Facility Regulations

Implementation of the Improving Chemical Facility Safety and Security Executive Order may have a major impact on the cold chain.
By Lowell Randel

LEED Energy Credits for Cold Facilities

IACSC and IARW have taken the lead in developing guidelines for green design.
By Alexandra Walsh

Latin America Cold Chain Confronts FSMA

Latin American Exporters encouraged to upgrade food safety plans to meet compliance rules.
By Sheryl S. Jackson

Building the Culture of Construction Safety

How to build a culture of health and safety in the construction industry.
By Gary Ganson

Special Cool People: Cold Chain Industry Mourns Loss of Fred Walker

GCCA and the cold chain industry remember Fred Walker, Americold’s Vice President of Engineering Support.

Download the September-October 2015 issue of COLD FACTS Magazine