Closing The Loophole?

The EPA was directed to set standards for radi...

In 2009, the EPA banned manufacturers from shipping new A/C units with R-22, an ozone-depleting refrigerant that was intended to be temporary replacement of the old refrigerants until a new type could be developed.


However, the ban included a loophole, and over the past few years, A/C units with R-22 have still been installed. That loophole may finally be closing, however, as the price to fill those cheap A/C units with R-22 proves to be substantially greater than more environmentally friendly chemicals.


Think costs are high? Just wait two years when the price is expected to drop over 90%.


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