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    European cooling bodies publish advice on black market refrigerant

    News22 July, 2019

    Preventing the use of illegal refrigerant and its potential implications for safety and operational performance are the focus of a new report from several key European cooling associations.

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    Industry guidance focuses on flammability challenge of low-GWP gas push

    News19 November, 2018

    The increasing importance of flammable refrigerants to a cooling industry under pressure to meet the requirements of EU F-Gas regulation, as well as fears about ensuring the appropriate and legal use of such products, are among the key themes of a new joint industry guide.

  • f gas canisters

    Drop pre-charged exports from F-Gas quota, industry bodies urge

    News18 July, 2018

    Cooling industry bodies including European contractors’ association AREA have called for the European Commission to amend F-Gas regulation so that the export provision of pre-charged equipment manufactured in the EU be exempted from the current phase down quota.

  • brexitglobe

    Industry faces up to post-Brexit compliance challenges

    Features22 March, 2018

    A significant number of regulatory compliance challenges linked to the trade of specialist goods such as cooling equipment and other related components will need to be addressed as a result of the UK government’s intention to leave the European Customs Union.

  • hfcs

    European cooling bodies urge immediate end to R404A and R507A reliance

    News8 February, 2018

    AREA is among four major HVAC bodies calling on the European cooling industry to immediately stop installing R404A and R507A systems in order to meet stricter HFC quota restrictions that came into effect this year.