“Texas-based Envirogen Technologies has released new Sustainable Emissions Control technology designed to manage air emissions performance and meet regulatory and permit requirements through the control of volatile organic compounds, hazardous air pollutants and odors. Envirogen says the system will help environmental managers and engineers reduce the long-term costs for meeting air quality regulations that can impact [ more ]
Posts Tagged ‘environmental legislation’
On May 9, Rep. Scott Peters, a Democrat representing California’s 52nd Congressional District, introduced a new bill, the Super Pollutant Emissions Reduction Act (SUPER Act), aimed at countering some of the major drivers of global climate change.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) issued a No Action Assurance Letter to the manufacturers and importers of R-22, which now allows for the production and importation of the refrigerant. We’ve posted a copy of the letter for your review.
The Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) has issued a No Action Assurance Letter to the manufacturers and importers of R-22, now allowing production and importation of the refrigerant. This letter is valid until December 31, 2013 or until the R-22 Allocation rule is finalized by the EPA, whichever comes first.
It didn’t take much effort to hear the winds of change blowing wild and free in 2012: the refrigerant industry was no exception. With growing environmental regulations, and a massive heatwave amidst a freon reduction, every week brought forth new changes and ideas. In celebration of this year’s end and looking forward to a new beginning, we’ve listed our top posts from 2012.
As environment protection campaigns increase, travelers are savvier and often discriminatory when it comes to choosing a hotel for their stay: hotels must continuously implement sustainability practices that will make their property more appealing to guests.