COVID-19: Operational Update 4 – Level 2 Alert

2020-05-22T10:27:09+12:00May 22nd, 2020|Community, EcoChill|

May 2020 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE - Level 2 New Zealand will be at Alert Level 2 from 11.59pm on Wednesday 13th May. We continue to operate within the health and safety standards expected by government and the Ministry of Health. EcoChill will continue to manage COVID 19 risk through our health and safety and

COVID-19: Operational Update 3 – Level 3 Alert

2020-05-05T16:15:07+12:00April 25th, 2020|Community, EcoChill|

April 2020 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE - Level 3 New Zealand will be at Alert Level 3 from 11.59pm on Monday 27th April. From this time EcoChill will be able to provide all non essential products and services to all customers that were previously on hold during Level 4 . We continue to operate within

Earth Day 22 April 2020: How refrigerant choice affects climate change.

2020-05-06T09:02:22+12:00April 20th, 2020|Community, HFC Phasedown, News, Resources|

EARTH DAY 22nd April 2020 This #EarthDay, while the coronavirus (COVID-19) has been spreading around the world and dominating news headlines, thoughts and attention, the need to take climate action has remained as urgent as ever. The theme of Earth Day 2020 is Climate Action. By the end of 2020, global CO2 emissions need

COVID-19: Operational Update 2 – Level 4 Alert

2020-05-05T16:13:30+12:00March 24th, 2020|Community, EcoChill|

March 2020 COVID-19 OPERATIONAL RESPONSE Response to the COVID-19 pandemic is dynamic - what we know now may change tomorrow as the Government and industry respond to new information. Throughout this time the message has been consistent - essential services will continue to operate to provide critical support for the needs of the community. EcoChill supports essential

COVID-19: Official government website launched

2020-05-05T16:11:52+12:00March 18th, 2020|Community, EcoChill|

NewsHub 18/3/2020 Government reveals coronavirus public health campaign: Be Kind, wash your hands. The Government has launched its coronavirus COVID-19 public health campaign, calling on New Zealanders to "unite against the virus and slow its spread". In order to limit the number of infected patients, the Government has already introduced a number of measures,