Refrigerant

Further changes to ETS announced.

2019-06-28T14:26:52+12:00May 17th, 2019|HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant|

Emissions Trading Scheme Update PRESS RELEASE Hon James Shaw, Minister for Climate Change Official Release. The second set of improvements to the New Zealand Emissions Trading Scheme (NZ ETS) have been announced to further encourage greenhouse gas emissions reductions and increase forestry planting, said the Minister for Climate Change. These latest

The right refrigerant…

2019-07-01T11:25:01+12:00January 1st, 2019|HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant, Resources|

How to make sure the right refrigerant goes into your system….a.k.a don’t put diesel in a petrol tank…. I was stuck in traffic the other day (in Auckland, unbelievable I know) and happened to be behind a van for a company called Suckie Moto. Their sole purpose, an “incorrect fuel removal service”. I hadn’t realised that

Managing Rising Refrigeration Costs?

2019-07-01T11:25:24+12:00January 1st, 2019|HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant, Resources|

Blame it on Global Warming…. Global warming gets blamed for a lot of things – weather patterns, rising seas, those desperate images of polar bears without hope of land. But you can now officially blame the rising cost of your refrigeration bills on it too. We’re seeing prices of refrigerant climb as importers increase prices,

Planning a move from R22? Top 5 things you need to know.

2019-08-05T09:09:03+12:00January 1st, 2019|EcoChill, HFC Phasedown, News, Refrigerant, Resources|

If you’ve read my last post and realised just how risky it is to stay on R22 you are probably thinking about a change. You’re not the only one. You may have noticed that the refrigeration industry globally is dealing with legislative impacts created through commitments to the Montreal Protocol as the world tries to address

Refrigerant Recovery

2019-07-01T11:26:16+12:00May 2nd, 2018|News, Refrigerant, Resources|

EcoChill is proud to support the Refrigerant Recovery Trust and support the safe disposal of surplus synthetic refrigerants to minimise their effect on the environment. The Refrigerant Recovery Trust (RECOVERY) was formed in 1993 to promote and facilitate the collection, storage and disposal of surplus refrigerant gases used in refrigeration and air-conditioning and are now