New AHRI initiative targets earth-friendly refrigerants

The Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute and the United Nations Environmental Programme have agreed to work together on the development of a global qualifications program for refrigerant supply chain networks.

The REMI Network reports that the Air-Conditioning, Heating, and Refrigeration Institute and the United Nations Environmental Programme have agreed to work together on the development of a global qualifications program for refrigerant supply chain networks in response to the depleting ozone layer.

An exchange of letters was completed between the two organizations during the Montreal Protocol Open Ended Working Group meeting in Paris, France on July 23.

Known as “refrigerant driving license,” the program will target the sound and safe management of refrigerants and accelerate the transition to greener types.

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