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Climate Center and A-Gas host HCFC phase-out talks

CLIMATE Center and refrigerant supplier A-Gas will raise awareness of the phase-out of HCFC refrigerants by hosting a series of educational roadshows around the country.
The September and October roadshows will offer an overview of the legal position, will highlight the implications for contractors and end users and discuss the options for managing R22-based plant in light of the phase-out.

The presentations will take place at a number of Climate Center branches. Sessions are due to begin at 4.30pm for a 5.00pm start.

Also available is information on alternative refrigerants for replacing R22, to keep systems running.

The programme of roadshows is:

September Location

Tuesday 15 - Edinburgh

Wednesday 16 - Newcastle

Thursday 17 - Leeds

Tuesday 22 - Manchester

Wednesday 23 - Nottingham

Thursday 24 - West Bromwich

Friday 25 - Cambridge

Monday 28 - Cardiff

Tuesday 29 - Newbury

Wednesday 30 - Slough


October

Thursday 1 - Hutton, Brentwood

Friday 2 - Bristol

Attendance at the sessions is free but interested parties are being asked to reserve a place in advance. To book your place, call 0845 2708212.

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