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Refrigerants Use Principles and the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
This Course is approved by the International Code Council (ICC) for Certificate Renewal Course NO. 4457 CEU: 0.1
This International Code Council Continuing Education Course Presentation is designed to give the Code Official, General Contractor, Mechanical Contractor and the Heating, Ventilation, and Air Conditioning (HVAC) Technician a clearer understanding of the requirements of complying with the Section 608 of the Clean Air Act: Refrigerant Recycling Rule, what technicians and contractors need to know about phasing out Hydrochlorofluoro-carbons (HCFCs) refrigerants, best practices guideline ensuring leak-tight installations of refrigeration equipment and changing refrigerant oil.
The course is available online 24 hours a day, 7 days a week, can be complete at the students own pace, started/stopped at the students convenience and the student can return to continue were you left off.
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