Contractors Should Discuss the Disposal Fee with Their Customers
June 17, 2013
Refrigerant Management Canada (RMC) announced that the disposal fee for accepting CFC‐11 refrigerant into the program has changed. Effective July 1, 2013, the disposal fee will be $12/kilogram for CFC‐11 refrigerant entering the program for destruction.
At some point, a refrigerant brought back for reclamation simply can’t be brought back to ARI-700 purity standards. There are a couple of approaches, including, destruction, which has a long track record, and, another option, conversion, offers a much fresher approach.
Refrigerant Management Canada (RMC) announced Brody Thompson, of Brody’s Mechanical Services, Simcoe, Ontario, and Ozzie Xue, Servocraft Ltd., Toronto, as grand-prize winners in the RMC “Right” Wholesaler promotional campaign.
A recent wave of published reports focuses on new ways to monitor HCFCs during their phaseout period, HFCs in terms of their long-term potential, and how Canada is dealing with the disposal of unwanted refrigerants.
Refrigerant Management Canada (RMC) announced that it has successfully verified and registered 170,000 ozone depleting substances (ODS)-derived registered emission reductions on the Canadian Standards Association (CSA) reductions registry.