Chinese authorities have said that inspections are underway into the possible illegal production and use of the ozone depleting substance CFC11 in polyurethane (PU) foam insulation following recent media reports.
The US Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a ruling on refrigerant standards for domestic cooling appliances that is intended to support industry in shifting away from a reliance on high GWP hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs).
Ensuring a “framework for mobility” that will ensure expertise, goods and components can move between Britain and the EU post-Brexit without significant tariffs or barriers should be prioritised in any withdrawal agreement, industry body BSRIA has said.
Steve Gill ranks 14th in professionals category in Oanalytica’s ranking of Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics influencers
Almost nine out of ten local councils in the UK are failing to pay companies for construction work within the legally required 30-day period, according to findings from BESA and the ECA.
Refrigerant suppliers have warned that carbon dioxide stocks have still not fully recovered after the midsummer ’CO2 crisis’ across UK applications.
Society welcomes new members to share their cooling experiences and knowledge
This month’s RAC Magazine looks at calls for government to better address industry nervousness about enforcing F-Gas regulations post-Brexit. It also considers the role A-Gas has played in helping retailer Asda remove large volumes of R404A across its estate as part of a project to retrofit over 100 stores.
The Cooling Awards is shaping up to be a real celebration of achievement, as Smith Brothers Stores, Panasonic and Carter Synergy are announced as latest sponsors and supporters
Building Regulations must be amended to address a lack of government policy on limiting potential overheating in homes, a new report on the UK’s susceptibility to heatwaves has said.