Blog Entries - tag: 'EPA'

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Going, Going, Gone! Don't get caught sweating it out this summer.

Chlorodifluoromethane, better known as HCFC-22 or R-22 is the most common refrigerant used in residential air conditioning units.  However, R-22 is currently being phased out in the U.S. due to its very high potential to exacerbate

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Freon and the EPA, what it means to you.

Posted on: May 12, 2012
Tags: Puron, EPA, Freon

Under the Montreal Protecal, the U.S. Government, thru the E.P.A., set up guidlines and dates for the phasing out of R-22, or "Freon". As of Jan. 1, 2010, manufactures could no longer ship new units with Freon. By 2020, the mandate says that no Freon may be

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