Industrial Process Refrigeration
Under Section 608 of the Clean Air Act, EPA has developed regulations to reduce the emissions of environmentally harmful refrigerants into the environment during the servicing and disposal of air conditioning and refrigeration equipment to the "lowest achievable level". This site contains information to help one understand and comply with these regulations as they relate to the servicing and disposal of industrial process refrigeration equipment.
In the Spotlight...
EPA BAKERY PARTNERSHIP PROGRAM - This innovative program will allow Baking Companies the opportunity to voluntarily audit their facilities for compliance with Section 608 of the Clean Air Act in exchange for reduced penalties. EPA Press
Air Liquide Agrees to Settlement with U.S. Resolving Environmental Violations in 18 States On June 21, 2001, the Department of Justice and EPA announced a groundbreaking Clean Air Act settlement with Air Liquide America Corporation to convert their industrial process refrigeration systems that now use ozone-depleting refrigerants with environmentally friendly alternatives in 22 different facilities across the U.S.
Links to Other Relevant Sites
Compliance Assistance Hotline