Guides and Checklists
With revisions of the EPA Refrigerant Recycling and Emissions Reduction Program in effect from January 2019, it’s important to understand what’s required. This useful EPA checklist outlines; record keeping, leak rate calculations, equipment leak thresholds, leak repair time frames, leak inspection requirements, retrofit and retirement timescales, and chronically leaking appliance reporting.
The CARB Compliance document provides a high-level summary of the California Air Resources Board (CARB) Refrigerant Management Program (RMP) regulations. The document provides information in how the CARB regulations will effect you as a refrigeration equipment owner.
Annual refrigerant reports are due to the California Air Resources Board (CARB) by March 1st. Is your facility ready, and are you practicing good record keeping throughout the year? Ensure compliance and alignment with industry best practices with our FREE guide to CARB refrigerant compliance reporting.
The guide is a self-help tool to improve on operating costs, equipment performance and operating margins. It explains the essential step-by-step considerations for developing an individual strategy for Refrigeration Management. From supermarket to grocery store, the guidebook takes you through key stages of the process.
The main focus of this white paper is to consider the different aspects of refrigerant detection in the Food Retail environment looking in particular at aspirated leak detection systems that are considered more accurate and cost effective for the Food Retail industry.
Are the refrigerants at your facility impacted by the 2020 F-Gas service ban? If you are an equipment owner/operator with refrigerant systems that use virgin high global warming potential (GWP) refrigerants, you may be impacted by this ban.