Next Thursday, January 23, the recently formed National Centre for Sustainable Energy Use in Food Chains (CSEF) and GEA Searle are hosting a seminar on the subject at Brunel University, Uxbridge, Middlesex.
The seminar New Developments in CO2 Transcritical Refrigeration includes talks from a number of experts on the subject
CSEF is a partnership between Brunel, Birmingham and Manchester Universities and a number of industrial supporters including GEA Searle. It has received substantial funding from Research Councils UK to establish a unique cross-disciplinary hub of engineers, natural and social scientists as well as industry experts to develop energy-efficient food manufacturing, distribution and retail systems to support companies in achieving their short, mid and long term CO2 emission reduction targets.
Further information from the Brunel University website