The Impact of Refrigerant Legislation and A2L Refrigerants on the HVACR Contractor and How Reclamation Can Help

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Sponsored by Hudson Technologies
Presented by Kate Houghton

Learning Objectives:

  1. Discuss the AIM Act and the HFC Phasedown schedule.
  2. Review refrigerant reclamation and identify the environmental benefits.
  3. Explain Orderly Transition to Next- Generation Refrigerants and the role reclaimed plays.
  4. Describe A2L refrigerants.

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The AIM Act: HFC Phasedown commenced this year and the stepdown to 40% reduction is imminent. This webinar will provide you with an update regarding the AIM Act, HFC Phasedown schedule, and the impact our society will face now and in the future. We will discuss the role and importance reclaimed refrigerants have as mandated in the AIM Act. Reclaimed refrigerants have near zero GWP, thereby reducing the carbon footprint of operating HVACR systems. By using reclaimed refrigerants, users are actively helping to combat unnecessary GHG refrigerant release. We will also be discussing the transition to next generation refrigerants, including A2L’s.

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Kate

Kate Houghton, has been Vice President, Sales and Marketing since May 2019 and joined the company in November 2014 as Director of Marketing. She has over 25 years of marketing experience within industrial manufacturing companies. Her previous roles include 16 years with Kidde-Fenwal/United Technologies, including Director of Marketing Global Suppression. Other prior positions include Vice President, Marketing at C&M Corporation and Vice President, Sales & Marketing at Safety Hi-Tech USA. Ms. Houghton holds an MBA from Boston University as well as a Bachelor of Mechanical Engineering (Hons) and a Bachelor of Commerce (Marketing) from Monash University in Australia.

 

Hudson Technologies Hudson Technologies is the leading provider of sustainable refrigerant products and services to the HVACR industry.

 

Originally published in October 2022

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