Three leading food retailers will reveal their latest plans for reducing the environmental impact of their stores at the forthcoming Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Show 2012, which takes place at the NEC from 13 to 15 March.
Representatives of Marks & Spencer, John Lewis Partnership and The Co-operative Group will set out their plans for sustainable solutions for the energy-intensive food and buildings sides of their businesses.
The companies will give an update on new sustainable approaches and developments in technology for refrigeration, air conditioning, heating and overall energy management systems across their stores and nationwide estates.
Robert Arthur, of Marks & Spencer, will also give details about an important new agreement signed by all the major supermarkets designed to ensure the environmental impact of their refrigeration systems is minimised.
The seminar programme takes place in two purpose-designed auditoriums on the floor of the exhibition, focussing respectively on technical developments and business intelligence.
The exhibition is the only national showcase for new technology, knowledge transfer and networking for industry and end users whose businesses rely on air conditioning and refrigeration equipment.
Visitors can pre-register to attend the show via the show website at www.acrshow.co.uk/register
Source: Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Show 2012