The next step is to do something about the gas being released from Industrial Sectors and the EU have made new strict regulations to make certain absolutely everyone conforms. Several gases fall under the category of greenhouse gases which leave particles inside the Earth’s environment. Even though the chemicals behind these gases have been in existence for years and are due to construction, agriculture and other industrial processes they’ve now been observed to result in permanent damage to the balance of nature. 
The deterioration in the protective ozone layer caused by numerous gases, continues to be inducing the earth to heat up and modify long standing climate behaviour as well as change the tides and slipstreams which make our weather. Therefore, it is vital that we adhere to these policies. 
For anybody who does not really know what a refrigerant is, indeed it is incorporated in the processes of our own freezers at home and is essentially doing exactly the same activity just as in large plant in virtually any factory or any other place of work. It’s the method of heat transfer inside a system, fundamentally the fluid that moves round the cooling system of a vapour compression refrigeration or heat pump system in a sealed track of pipes. This can be of varied chemical structure but will need to have the property of changing from liquid to vapour or vice versa to incorporate or take out heat from a carrier such as air. 
The techniques that take advantage of these processes are generally cooling programs including air conditioning, or refrigeration products for example in small or greater scale food preserving stores.
What all owners of all of these systems need to now very seriously consider is the fact European Union rules EC/ 2037/ 2000 now causes it to be strictly against the law to remain manufacturing or utilizing any of these chemical compounds following 2014. Any release of these gases inside the atmosphere after December 2014 is forbidden in all of the EU community. 
The substances which have to be replaced are all chlorofluorocarbons but these particular products are known as R11, R12 and R502. The EU has additionally made provision to ban the slightly less detrimental Hydrochlorofluorocarbons for example R22. This edict states that each of these chemical substances should be emptied from equipment and storage containers by January 1st 2015 and sent for destruction. Just the somewhat less dangerous R22 can be still left in machines but not kept in storage, and it also must not be refilled. 
Lastly, an essential fact to make note of is you can still find a good amount of these chemical substances still in use as well as in storage so it is important to make contingency strategies now for the upgrading of plant and change of use of chemicals before the cut off date. This may be very costly to do therefore might be among those upgrades not quickly prioritised but remember, the person held responsible in law for putting in place these improvements and for any ignoring of EC laws, would be the owners of the industrial refrigeration systems containing the refrigerant.
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