Proposed regulations to phase out the use of certain HFCs in foam products, refrigeration, commercial air-conditioning, and aerosol propellants, recognizing the availability of environmentally preferable alternatives.
New York's Proposed 6 NYCRR Part 494, Hydrofluorocarbon Standards and Reporting, would adopt prohibitions on certain HFC substances in certain end-uses as previously included in the SNAP program.
Washington’s HB 1112 adopts as state law the content of EPA’s SNAP Rules 20 and 21.
Vermont’s S30 stipulates that products containing certain HFCs prohibited by the EPA in SNAP Rules 20 and 21 would not be allowed in Vermont in new equipment for specific applications as of specific dates.
Policies adopt SNAP prohibitions for certain substances in refrigeration and foam end-uses.
Publishes acceptable substitutes for ozone-depleting substances. Some partially vacated rules are being adopted independently by states.