|Statement||prepared by the Federal Provincial Working Group on Controls Harmonization (Ozone-depleting Substances).|
|Series||[Report] -- CCME-EPC-AITG-47E, Report (Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment) -- CCME-EPC-AITG-47E|
|Contributions||Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment.|
|The Physical Object|
|Pagination||xv, 31 p. :|
|Number of Pages||31|
|ISBN 10||0919074774, 0662200691|
|LC Control Number||92099798|
In Canada, a proposal to provide environmental awareness training for technicians in the refrigeration and air conditioning industry originated in the National Action Plan for Recovery, Recycling and Reclamation of CFCs. In , the national action plan was updated with the National Action Plan for the Environmental Control of Ozone. National Action Plan for the Environmental Control of Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) and their Halocarbon Alternatives () Canada's Strategy to Accelerate the Phase-Out of CFC and Halon Uses and to Dispose of the Surplus Stocks () National Action Plan for the Recovery, Recycling, and Reclamation of Chlorofluorocarbons () ARCHIVED. refrigeration and air conditioning industry originated in the National Action Plan for Recovery, Recycling and Reclamation of CFCs. In , the national action plan was updated with the National Action Plan for the Environmental Control of Ozone-Depleting Substances. Some examples of action plan tasks are listed below: • Provide training to staff and pupils on what materials can be recycled at your school and where. Discuss issues such as contamination (throwing the wrong material into the wrong bin) and explain the benefits of recycling. • Distribute recycling containers and clearly label them.
Environment (CCME) developed a National Action Plan for the Environmental Control of ODS and their Halocarbon Alternatives (NAP) as well as Canada's Strategy to Accelerate the Phase- Out of CFC and Halon Uses and to Dispose of the Surplus Stocks (Phase-out Strategy). servicing equipment through recovery of all refrigerants for the purpose of reuse, recycling, reclamation or destruction should be recognized. Persons who are trained and certified under MR /94 are encouraged to maintain their awareness of current technology, codes, regulations and other relevant legislation on an on-going basis. Canada has established a National Action Plan for the Environmental Control of ODS and their Halocarbon Alternatives (NAP). This ensures that HFCs are only used in applications where they replace ODS and requires recovery, recycling and reclamation for CFCs, HCFCs and HFCs (Canadian Council of Ministers of the Environment, ). The Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer, also known simply as the Montreal Protocol, is an international treaty designed to protect the ozone layer by phasing out the production of numerous substances that are responsible for ozone 26 August , it was made pursuant to the Vienna Convention for the Protection of the Ozone Layer, which.
Precious metals reclamation is the recycling and recovery of precious metals (i.e., gold, silver, platinum, palladium, iridium, osmium, rhodium, and ruthenium) from hazardous waste. Because these materials will be handled protectively as valuable commodities with significant economic value, generators, transporters, and storers of such. National Recovery and Recycling Programme Refrigerant recovery and recycling – demonstration of equipment UNDP , , 0 , National Refrigerant Management Plan Training of trainers for use of ODS-free refrigerants in maintenance and service UNEP 8 , , 0 . One of the most important components of the National Action Plan for the Recovery, Recycling, and Reclamation of CFCs is training for the people involved in the recovery and recycling of these. The Resource Conservation and Recovery Act gives EPA the authority to control hazardous waste from cradle-to-grave. This includes generation, transportation, treatment, storage, and disposal. RCRA also addresses management of non-hazardous solid wastes.