EPA Proposal: Banning of Disposable Cylinders with Required Cylinder Tracking

The EPA has delivered a new proposal with a major goal for staging down the creation and utilization of all HFC items, including numerous normal refrigerants utilized today. Essentially an EPA Announces Phaseouts of HFC Refrigerants. The new proposed standard intends to help guarantee consistency and set new limitations and prerequisites that will affect wholesalers, workers for hire, shippers, and makers of refrigerants. The two consistence measures remembered for the rulemaking are:

Build up an electronic global positioning framework for the development of HFCs through trade;

Require the utilization of refillable chambers

It is significant for wholesalers and individuals to make their voices heard with the EPA on how the proposed restriction on expendable chambers and the effect of chamber following will affect their organizations. The remark period is only open until July 6 2021.

The U.S. Department of Energy (“DOE”) is undertaking an early assessment review to determine whether amendments are warranted for the test procedures for walk-in coolers and walk-in freezers (“WICFs” or “walk-ins”). DOE has identified certain issues associated with the currently applicable test procedures on which DOE is interested in receiving comment. The issues outlined in this document address definitions and equipment classes of walk-in components, test procedure waivers received, and other test procedure issues related to walk-in doors, panels, and refrigeration systems. DOE welcomes written comments from the public on any subject within the scope of this document, including topics not raised in this request for information (“RFI”).

Written comments and information are requested and will be accepted on or before July 19, 2021.

View the EPA’s Official Documents Here : https://www.regulations.gov/document/EERE-2017-BT-TP-0010-0007

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