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ENVIRONMENTAL CONTROL ISSUES AIRED AT CHICAGO'S MCCORMICK PLACE

 CHICAGO, Jan. 13 /PRNewswire/ -- Ozone depletion, energy conservation, chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs) and indoor air quality (IAQ) are just some of the major concerns to be dealt with at the 1993 International Air-Conditioning, Heating, Refrigerating Exposition at McCormick Place East, Jan. 25-27.
 With nearly 1,000 exhibitors displaying the latest in equipment, components, and services, this event provides an unmatched opportunity for professionals in the industry to become current in all phases of their work in just a short period of time.
 Perhaps the largest show of its kind ever held in North America, the '92 ACHR Exposition offers a panorama of equipment, systems, components, supplies and services used in commercial, industrial, institution and residential applications. Emphasis is on innovations in product design to conform to environmental regulations, conserve energy, improve indoor air quality, reduce installation time, and simplify servicing. Many new products will be introduced, according to a spokesman.
 Complementing the visual aspects of the exposition will be a full program of problem-solving technical sessions consisting of 153 papers and 50 seminars and forums, under the auspices of the American Society of Heating, Refrigerating and Air-Conditioning Engineers, Inc. (ASHRAE). These sessions will be conducted at the Palmer House from Sunday, Jan. 23, through Wednesday, Jan. 27.
 The '93 ACHR Exposition is co-sponsored by ASHRAE and by the Air- Conditioning and Refrigeration Institute (ARI). Guests are welcome at the society's technical and business sessions. A featured event in conjunction with the exposition will be a public forum on the subject of CFCs and what the industry is doing to counteract their damaging effect on the environment. Sponsored by ASHRAE, this forum will be held at McCormick Place East, site of the exposition. Admission will be free.
 During show hours, 10 a.m. to 6 p.m., complimentary shuttle buses will operate between principal hotels and the exhibit hall.
 For additional information, call show management, International Exposition Company, 203-221-9232.
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 /CONTACT: Hank Stevens of International Exposition Company, 203-221-9232, or fax, 203-221-9260/


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