The End Is Near For R-22: How to Prepare your Organization for the Phase Out of R-22 (HCFC) Refrigerants
According to their 2008 study, the EPA is limiting the amount to HCFC R-22 to 20% less than industry demand. This means that R-22 will likely increase in cost substantially and available stocks could be bought up by the bigger organizations. It also means that reclaimed, recycled, and used R-22 could become more valuable than virgin in that it could be used “universally” in pre and post 2010 systems.
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