Secret to SF6 Management

September 19, 2019 / by Ted Atwood posted in Compliance Reporting, SF6 management, compliance, EPA, greenhouse gas


Sulfur hexafluoride...if you try to say it 10 times fast it will tie your tongue in knots. It’s the most famous of all the F-gases, and for any pop culture fans it’s similar to being the most famous murder victim in any of the Friday the 13th movies.

All joking aside, this seemingly unknown gas, is one of the worst gases in the world, and one on which rely very much.

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EPA Proposes Changes to Key Refrigerant & HVAC/R Requirements

July 31, 2019 / by Ted Atwood posted in Announcements, HVAC/R, Compliance Reporting, Refrigerant Compliance, Refrigerant Management, climate change, refrigerants, Regulation, HFCs, emissions, climate leadership, EPA


EPA Proposed Rule tackles HCFCs, compliance reporting, & refrigerant imports

Last week the EPA published a proposed rule signed by Andrew Wheeler specifically addressing regulations on HCFC production and consumption, phase-outs, compliance reporting, labeling, refrigerant imports and destruction. They will be opening for public comment soon on this 165 page collection of regulatory changes, so here are some key takeaways to consider.

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Proposed California Refrigerant Law to Ban HFCs in Some Refrigeration End-Uses

October 24, 2018 / by Elizabeth Ortlieb posted in HVAC/R, Compliance Reporting, Refrigerant Compliance, Refrigerant Management, compliance, CARB, CARB compliance, california ARB, SNAP, legislation, EPA


On June 15, 2018, the California Air Resources Board (CARB) issued a notice of public availability of modified text for its proposed HFC regulation that bans HFCs in certain refrigeration end-uses.

We've got the latest on the modifications. ✅ 

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