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reftrack -- IHACI 34th Annual HVAC/R/SM Performance Contracting Trade Show

Posted: 07 Nov 2013 11:37:46
Come visit us at IHACI 34th Annual HVAC/R/SM Performance
Contracting Trade Show . 

The Air Resources Boardís Refrigerant Management Program (RMP)
will be at booth 823 at the upcoming IHACI Conference and Trade
Show in Pasadena, California on November 13, 2013.  Admission to
the trade show is free.  

With 2014 Registration and Reporting deadlines fast approaching,
this is a great opportunity to come by and meet us and get the
latest information on the RMP regulation and the online R3
registration and reporting tool.

The RMP regulation requires that all facilities with
refrigeration systems with a charge of more than 50 pounds of a
high global warming refrigerant conduct periodic leak
inspections, promptly repair leaks, and retain records of service
to their systems.  Refrigeration technicians and service
companies may benefit their clients with refrigeration systems by
helping them comply with the inspections, repairs, and
recordkeeping requirements of the regulation.  

The regulation requires all facilities with large refrigeration
systems, those with 2,000 pounds of refrigerant or more submit
their next Annual Report to the ARB by March 1, 2014 for their
2013 refrigeration system leak inspections, leak repairs, and
other system servicing.  Medium refrigeration systems, those with
200 pounds or more, but less than 2,000 pounds, must submit their
registration and first Annual Report by March 1, 2014 for their
2013 refrigeration system leak inspections, leak repairs, and
other system servicing.  

Refrigerant distributors, wholesalers, and reclaimers are also
required to submit an Annual Report of their 2013 aggregated
annual refrigerant sales, transactions, and disposal by the March
1, 2014 due date.  

Additional required service practices may directly affect
refrigeration technician and service companies.

For more details on the requirements of the regulation, please
visit our booth at the trade show or visit the program web page
at: www.arb.ca.gov/stoprefrigerantleaks.  If you need more
information or have additional questions, you can reach us via
email at reftrackinfo@arb.ca.gov or call (916) 324-2517.

Please feel free to forward this notice to co-workers and
clients.

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