It is official. The Federal Government has formally announced that it intends to phase down the use of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) refrigerants. The reason is that these substances contribute significantly to global warming due to their very high global warming potential (GWP). The alternatives to HFC’s are natural refrigerants and low global warming synthetic refrigerants also…Read details
Submission by shecco November 2015 Please review the points made by shecco in their submission made in response to the Options Paper this month here. There is some great and succinct points about the future of the refrigeration industry made in this submission that I strongly recommend you read. Thank you Tim Edwards President Australian…Read details
View the Australian Refrigeration Association’s 2nd Submission to the Federal Department of Environment on the Options for the Amendment of the OPSGG MA. Download the Submission here.
The Australian Refrigeration Association has made a submission to the Federal Department of the Environment regarding their Review of the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gases Management Act (OPSGG MA). The OPSGG MA is the Act that gives expression to the Montreal and Kyoto Protocols in Australia. It is the central piece of legislation determining…Read details
2nd Submission to the OPSGG MA Review The Australian Refrigeration Association has made a 2nd submission to the Federal Department of the Environment regarding their Review of the Ozone Protection and Synthetic Greenhouse Gases Management Act (OPSGG MA). In this submission we focused on the priority actions for better regulation and guidance to the Refrigeration…Read details