Episode 26 covers an EIA report on fast food chains failure to transition to natrefs in India, ATMOsphere Ibérica, health retalier Boots' plan to transition fully to natrefs, proposed U.K. F-gas penalties, Australian ratification of Kigali, and the current issue of Accelerate America.
In this week’s podcast we discuss a new report from the Environmental Investigation Agency (EIA) on how multinational fast food chains in India are failing to transition from HFCs to natural refrigerants.
We also take a look at the top technology trends from ATMOsphere Ibérica, which took place last week in Madrid, Spain.
From the U.K. we hear from Boots’ technical engineer manager, Adeleke Ige, on how the chain plans to move to natural refrigerant-based systems in all its stores. We also talk about how the U.K.’s Department for Environment, Food and Rural Affairs (DEFRA) is considering introducing civil penalties for non-compliance with E.U. F-gas regulations.
In Australian news, we discuss the country’s recent ratification of the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol.
Finally, in the U.S., we take a look at the latest issue of Accelerate America.
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