As the White House and Congress shift to more stringent environmental policy, and the EPA increases climate change legislation, implementing a refrigerant compliance plan is more critical to your supply chain and manufacturing operations than ever. Significant new recordkeeping and reporting rules are coming into effect as early as January 2010. Under current law, hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) systems are permitted to leak refrigerant and are exempt from any repair requirements. This is changing rapidly as the U.S. and other federal/state/provincial governments begin to adopt regulations limiting release of HFC refrigerants.
Download this WHITE PAPER to learn about:
• Regulatory changes sweeping through plant and manufacturing operations
• Your sustainability strategy and the critical role of refrigerant management
• The fundamental components of a refrigerant management program
• Companies that are managing environmental risks facing the supply chain
• And more...
This paper provides a brief background on the history and current evolution around HFC-based refrigerants, and guidance on how companies can best position themselves now with management and information systems.
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