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Refrigeration and air-conditioning CFC and HCFC phase out: Advice on alternatives and guidelines for users

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2000

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Abstract

Details of EC Regulation 2037/2000 - ozone depleting substances (ODS) - and its effects upon the manufacture and use of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment. Aimed primarily at the refrigeration and air-conditioning market including users, designers, equipment manufacturers, installation and maintenance contractors. This guide looks at the impact, which refrigerants are affected, the various applications, how to respond to the phase out, and offers alternative approaches and implementation.

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Produced in association with DTI/DETR. This document has been archived by its original publisher.

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Department of Trade and Industry

The Department of Trade and Industry published information to support business of all industry sectors. They are now known as the Department for Business Enterprise and Regulatory Reform (DBERR).

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