Important Refrigerant Management Regulation Changes

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Kim Li

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Important Refrigerant Management Regulation Changes

Looming on the horizon for January 2019 are important changes to the regulation and management of refrigeration and air conditioning equipment.

On Jan. 1, 2017 the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) revised its definition of “refrigerant,” extending regulations for Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS) to include non-ozone-depleting substitute refrigerants. While specifically targeting hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), which have extremely high global warming potential, the regulatory change additionally applies to a host of substitute refrigerants.

Watch this webinar and you will learn about:

• Stratospheric Ozone Protection Program changes and the equipment types that apply,
• New regulation highlights, including refrigerant types impacted by the regulatory changes, significant revisions to Subpart, and maintenance/work practices that must be followed, and
• Ways to address these new requirements.

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