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Articles Tagged with ''Environmental Protection Agency''
Danfoss’ periodic EnVisioneering symposia look at a wide range of HVACR issues and topics. For its most recent event this past fall in Baltimore, the focus was on refrigeration, both in terms of regulations and the latest in technology.
Before we continue to launch attacks at the agency as an easy target, it might be good to step back and examine why the EPA does the things it does.
Current inventory of R-22 remains plentiful in the U.S., even as the industry heads toward a total phaseout of the popular refrigerant in 2020.
President Barack Obama’s recently announced Climate Action Plan specifically references the future of the familiar HFC refrigerants all HVACR contractors work with on a daily basis.
At the second Atmosphere America Natural Refrigerants conference, attendees got a report on the most recent — at the time — U.S. government proposal for a worldwide agreement on what to do with HFCs.
The My Air, My Health Challenge calls upon innovators nationwide to design a small, low-cost sensor that integrates air quality measurements with related health data, such as heart rate and breathing.
The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) announced the winner of its third annual Energy Star National Building competition. More than 3,000 schools, businesses, and government buildings competed.