BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. - The Hydronics Institute has selected Business News Publishing Co. to promote its educational programs.

BERKELEY HEIGHTS, N.J. - The Gas Appliance Manufacturers Association's Hydronics Institute has selected Business News Publishing Co. to promote its educational programs on steam heating.

The Troy, Mich.-based trade-magazine publisher, whose titles inclide SNIPS and The Air Conditioning, Heating and Refrigeration News, will manage the institute's two-day "I=B=R" schools this fall in Boston; New Haven, Conn.; the New Jersey cities of Saddlebrook and New Brunswick; and Minneapolis and Rochester, Minn.

"BNP is an excellent partner for promoting and managing the I=B=R schools," said Joe Coppola, education chairman for the Hydronics Institute. "BNP's publication are well-known for their in-depth coverage of hydronics and related heating technologies. We are very excited about reaching thousands of heating professionals with our schools."

The classes will be taught by Jim Roche, Jim Goins and Dan Almeida, and will feature the institute's new 400-page Residential Hydronic Heating Design/Installation training manual.

For more information on upcoming I=B=R classes, go to www.bnp.com/conferences, or call (248) 362-3700. Ask for Keri Wrobel.

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