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Refrigerant Regulations: A Looming Compliance Date and Last Minute Proposal—Where Do We Stand?

Refrigerant Regulations: A Looming Compliance Date and Last Minute Proposal—Where Do We Stand?

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Refrigerant Regulations: A Looming Compliance Date and Last Minute Proposal—Where Do We Stand?

Webinar Rebroadcast with Live Q&A: Wednesday, December 19, 2018

2:00 p.m. to 3:00 p.m. Eastern / 11:00 a.m. to 12:00 p.m. Pacific

WEBINAR SNAPSHOT: Learn about the changes that will be made to the 2019 refrigerant management requirements and how to implement a successful management plan.

ALERT: The EPA’s revised refrigerant regulations are slated to go into effect January 1, 2019, but EPA recently issued a new proposal that indicates a change in course.

Since 2016, owners and operators of facilities with refrigerant systems have had January 1, 2019, circled on their calendars.  This is the date by which these facilities must be in compliance with revised management procedures and documentation methods for refrigerant-related work, including leak detection and appliance maintenance, repair, and disposal.  However, now that the compliance date is in sight, EPA has proposed new regulations and appears to be changing course.  This last minute change may cloud the compliance issues, but proper management of refrigerants is always good for business.

Join us on December 19,, for a rebroadcast of a widely popular and insightful webinar featuring live Q&A with Mark Harbin, the lead consultant of refrigerant compliance solutions at Sphera. He’ll discuss the upcoming regulatory changes and how to implement a successful refrigerant management plan.

You’ll learn:

  • Who will be impacted by the regulatory changes currently scheduled to go into effect on January 1, 2019
  • How EPA’s recent proposal effects refrigerant management practices
  • Best practices for detecting leaks, calculating leak rates, using certified technicians, and implementing material substitutions
  • The benefits of an established refrigerant management program, and the best practices for implementing such a program with in-house resources, outside contractors, or a combination of both

And, as a bonus for attending, you’ll get access to several additional Sphera resources, including a video, ebook, and checklist on refrigerants!

About Your Presenter:

Mark HarbinMark Harbin
Lead Consultant, Refrigerant Compliance Solutions

Mark Harbin has been helping clients implement refrigerant compliance initiatives since 2000. His 15-year career in commercial HVAC prior to that served as the foundation for environmental consulting. As a Certified Environmental Auditor, he has been instrumental in the assessment and support of organizations’ refrigerant compliance initiatives, providing solutions at hundreds of clients’ locations across the world with a variety of services including but not limited to compliance analysis, project management, EPA technician certification, management training and certification, and software implementation services.

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