The issue of fluorinated greenhouse gases
When it comes to global warming, the effect F-gases (such as HFCs, PFCs and SF6) can be greater than carbon dioxide. EU Regulations of 2006 mean that many commercial, industrial and public sector organisations have legal obligations with regard to management and control of F-gas.
Since 2007, operators of stationary air conditioning, refrigeration and heat pump equipment have been subject to regulations aimed at reducing fluorinated greenhouse gases (F-gases). The regulations cover containment, record-keeping, inspection and testing for leakages, and the use of properly certified personnel to recover gases.
How Clean can help
Expert advice is essential. Our HVAC designers will review HVAC equipment, considering efficiency at full load and CO2 emissions and relating them to the Target Emission Rates and Building Emission Rates.
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