News


07.10.2014

NEW : UPDATED LOG-BOOK DOWNLOAD ON OUR SITE

EFCTC presents its updated log book to download, which has been designed for operators of equipment containing F-gases, in order to comply with Art. 6 of the 20...

Read more
06.10.2014

HFCs REMAIN UNDER 0.8 % OF THE ATMOSPHERIC LEVEL OF ALL GREENHOUSE GASES

The US NOAA has released its 2014 update of the AGGI, intended to follow the evolution of the radiative forcing (ability of all greenhouse gases to trap heat) o...

Read more
05.10.2014

HFO BLOWING AGENT FOR APPLIANCES INSULATING FOAM EU PROJECT SELECTED AMONG “BEST OF THE BEST” 2013 ENVIRONMENT PROJECTS

ENERG-ICE, an EU co-funded Energy efficiency project proposing an innovative polyurethane foaming technology for appliances insulation, using notably an HFO blo...

Read more
04.10.2014

NEW HFC ORC SYSTEM PROJECT TO PRODUCE ENERGY FROM MARINE ENGINES JACKET WATER

A HFC-245fa Organic Rankine Cycle (ORC) system has been developed to recover heat from marine engines jacket water to convert it to electricity for shipboard co...

Read more
03.10.2014

HFOs EVALUATED AS BLOWING AGENTS FOR EXTRUDED POLYSTYRENE (XPS) INSULATING FOAMS

Various HFOs have been evaluated as replacement for HFC-134a as blowing agents for XPS (extruded polystyrene) insulating foams....

Read more
02.10.2014

NEW ON FLUOROCARBONS.ORG – OCTOBER 2014

HFOs TABLE UPDATE EPEE F-GAS PLEDGE TO BE CATALYST FOR GLOBAL ACTION NEW ON FIGAROO LOG-BOOK :UPDATED LOG-BOOK DOWNLOAD ON OUR SITE NEW LINKS ADDED...

Read more
25.09.2014

EFCTC Position on the Paris via Montreal Article in the Economist 20.09.2014

EFCTC welcomes the way the article "Paris via "Montreal in the edition of September 20th, 2014 brings the debate on the role of fluorocarbons in climate change...

Read more
01.09.2014

DISPLAY CABINETS R407F REFRIGERANT SELECTED FOR ENVIRONMENTAL AND SAFETY REASONS

A British refrigerated display cabinets manufacturer has decided to replace R404A models with a new more efficient versions using R407F....

Read more
31.08.2014

US EPA WARNING AGAINST THE USE OF PROPANE REFRIGERANTS IN EXISTING MOBILE AND STATIONARY AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEMS

The US EPA has issued a safety warning regarding the use of flammable refrigerants in car and home air conditioning equipment....

Read more
« First ‹ Previous 1 28 36 37 38 39 40 43 Next › Last »

Feedback