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17.10.2016

EPEE STATEMENT: ‘GLOBAL DEAL ON HFCs REPRESENTS LANDMARK MILESTONE IN OUR EFFORT TO TACKLE CLIMATE CHANGE’

The European Partnership for Energy and the Environment (EPEE), representing the heating, cooling, refrigeration and heat pump industry in Europe, applauds the agreement reached by the Parties to the Montreal Protocol in Kigali on 15th October for a global phase down of hydrofluorocarbons (HFC).  ...

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05.09.2016

Special Review on ‘Understanding TFA’

TFA (trifluoroacetic acid and its salts) is a breakdown product of some fluorocarbons, is naturally occurring in the environment and resistant to further degradation (breakdown). This EFCTC Special Re......

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23.08.2016

All reports for the TEAP – Technology and Economic Assessment Panel

http://ozone.unep.org/en/assessment-panels/documents?field_committee_target_id=383...

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23.08.2016

Executive Summary of the Scientific Assessment of Ozone Depletion: 2014

Executive Summary: http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csd/assessments/ozone/2014/chapters/preface_2014OzoneAssessment.pdf  2014 Full report: http://ozone.unep.org/en/assessment-panels/scientific-assessment-panel/scientific-assessment-ozone-depletion-2014.php...

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23.08.2016

Handbook for the Montreal Protocol on Substances that deplete the Ozone Layer 2017

Tenth Edition - 20016...

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23.08.2016

Manual del Protocolo de Montreal relativo a las sustancias que agotan la Capa de Ozono

Décima edición - 2016...

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23.08.2016

Manuel du Protocole de Montréal relatif à des substances qui appauvrissent la couche d’ozone

10ème Edition - 2016...

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23.08.2016

SAP (Scientific Assessment Panel) – Twenty Questions and Answers about the Ozone Layer 2014 Update

Twenty Questions and Answers About the Ozone Layer: 2014 Update http://www.esrl.noaa.gov/csd/assessments/ozone/2014/twentyquestions2014update.pdf...

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04.07.2016

European HFC Producers support action under the Montreal Protocol for a consumption cap and reduction of HFCs

The European Fluorocarbons Technical Committee (EFCTC) encourages Parties to the Montreal Protocol to move forward with a constructive dialogue to achieve an agreement for a global cap and reduction for HFC consumption on a GWP-weighted basis, building on the discussions in Geneva in April 2016 at the 37th Open-ended Working Group of the proposals for an amendment to the Montreal Protocol to reduce the production and consumption....

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20.06.2016

Newsflash: No more confusion on the definition of a ‘one-component-foam’: all sizes of dispensing units are banned 1)

Over the past months, different interpretations have circulated on the definition of a “One-Component Foam” (OCF). As OCF is generally placed on the market in cans with a content of ? 1000 ml, the latter has been interpreted as a volume limit. It has been assumed by some that products fulfilling the definition of OCF in the F-Gas Regulation, but placed on the market in larger dispensing units, would not be covered by the ban in Annex III, point 8....

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02.06.2016

AHRI 2015 Standard 700 – Specifications for Refrigerants

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01.02.2016

EFCTC Highlights Importance of Timely F-Gas Verification

Potential large stockpiles of HFCs could jeopardise the EU's ability to reduce HFC greenhouse gas emissions if checks are not carried out as soon as possible....

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01.02.2016

Trifluoroacetic Acid and Hydrofluorocarbons – HFCs – or Hydrofluoro-olefines (HFOs) updated February 2016 cpl 2018

EFCTC acknowledges the work done by the Environmental Effects Panel of the Montreal Protocol in establishing the environmental context of trifluoroacetic acid (TFA) potentially formed from HFCs (and HFOs) and is pleased to reproduce the whole of the Panel's Briefing Note here....

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11.01.2016

TRIFLUOROACETIC ACID (TFA)

TFA is a naturally occurring substance but can also be produced by HOOC CF the breakdown of some HFCs or HFOs and HCFCs in the atmosphere.......

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11.01.2016

DELIVERING FOOD FRESH GLOBALLY

Globally, most modern temperature controlled refrigerated transport relies on HFC refrigerants.......

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