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International Kitchen Exhaust Annual Meeting 2015

Posted on November 26, 2014
by Susana Escamilla

Save the date for the International Kitchen Exhaust Cleaning Association (IKECA) on April 22-25, 2015 in Florida. The IKECA 2014 Annual Technical Seminar & Expo in Columbus this year was a big success. According to the organization, they found several highlights such as an energetic trade-show floor, informative vendor demonstrations, and an offsite visit to IKECA Member Company, Hardgrove Fire Protection and Hood Cleaning. If you are part of the kitchen exhaust cleaning exhaust industry and the IAQ industry it is a great opportunity to attend these events to learn more from organization, companies and members. Learning about fire safety as well is important to teach your employees and overall staff.

For the upcoming annual meeting the organization has a lot in store for all those who attend. The IKECA meetings are premier events of the kitchen exhaust cleaning industry and the meetings are intended for manufacturers, kitchen exhaust cleaning specialists, technicians, owners and operators of kitchen exhaust cleaning companies, insurance loss prevention specialists and more personnel who are part of the industry. What you can also expect are standards and code reviews and any updates and conducts for the IKECA exams.

You can learn more about the upcoming annual seminar and technical seminars by visiting the IKECA website. Did you attend the fall technical seminar? If you did we would love to hear about your experience. In addition, if your company needs kitchen hood exhaust cleaning and any hospitality services contact us to set up an appointment.


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