Tag : F-Gas
Registration body Refcom aims to commence testing by the middle of August on a new online system for auditing organisations certified to handle F-Gas.
The German Environment Agency, Umweltbundesamt (UBA), has backed a stricter approach to curbing use of ozone depleting substances (ODS) such as refrigerants that would go beyond those identified in the Montreal Protocol.
A-Gas has said that the retrofitting of R404A systems is a key priority for achieving targets for the phasedown of R404A use in a push for more sustainable cooling practices.
Environmental Audit Committee will look at current effectiveness of F-Gas reduction efforts in the UK and consult on post-Brexit laws
The November issue of RAC Magazine considers the impacts of the Grenfell Tower fire earlier this year on the ability of contractors to acquire public liability insurance.
Chemours has argued that the limited availability of cooling technology specifically designed for lower GWP refrigerants is proving to be a key barrier in helping industry meet EU F-Gas reduction commitments.
FETA has identified ensuring a continued supply of refrigerants and mirroring commitments to European F-Gas regulations as major concerns for the UK cooling industry as talks continue over defining the country’s post-Brexit relationship with the EU.
The government has ratified the Kigali amendment to the Montreal Protocol that seeks to curb use of HFCs for purposes such as cooling
Mexichem has launched a lower GWP refrigerant called Klea 407H that it will market as an alternative to R404A and R507 when used in medium and low temperature applications
The Kigali Amendment to the Montreal protocol will come into effect on January 1, 2019 after twenty countries agreed to ratify the legislation the new targets for cutting use of HFCs globally.