EPA Limits HFCs in Refrigeration

The EPA has finalized a rule to reduce the use of hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs), potent greenhouse gases that are commonly used in air conditioning and refrigeration. The new regulation will move certain HFCs and HFC-containing blends from being listed as acceptable alternatives to unacceptable for specific uses under the EPA’s Significant New Alternatives Plan.


Regulation will reduce GHG emissions, incentivize the use of greener refrigerants.

Source: EPA Limits HFCs in Refrigeration

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