The European Parliament’s ‘rapporteur’ is expected to publish his report on the revised F-Gas proposal in the next couple of days.
Defra has announced that 5,038 companies are now F-Gas registered and Refcom, the registration body for F-Gas certification, currently holds nearly 90 per cent of them.
The B&ES’s Air-conditioning, Refrigeration and Heat Pump Group has released a position paper on the current revised F-Gas proposal.
ACRIB has highlighted concerns within the industry over the revised F-Gas proposal in a meeting with Defra, which is said to have ended “positively” - free to view, simply register.
The Environment Agency (EA) has admitted it has failed to prosecute anyone for F-Gas Regulation non-compliance, preferring to rely on raising awareness to encourage participation.
ACRIB calls for industry feedback about F-Gas Subscription
Association will present concerns at upcoming meeting with Defra - register free to view
Revised F-Gas document fudges rules governing the role of suppliers of HFC refrigerant - register free to view
The Air Conditioning and Refrigeration Industry Board (ACRIB) is pressing for an urgent meeting with DEFRA to voice members’ F-Gas concerns.
The British Refrigeration Association (BRA) has hit out at the revised F-Gas proposal, claiming that it’s overcomplicated and too ambitious in its targets.
The revised F-Gas proposal has come in for criticism after claims that the changes over-complicate the regulation and burden the industry with increased financial cost.