The new regulations, which come into force on January 1, introduce a range of subtle changes as well as an HFC phase-down mechanism and specific bans on certain equipment. They also bring new areas such as transport into scope.
The EU and DEFRA representing the UK are working to clarify certain definitions and interpretations within the new requirements. ACRIB is following this work closely and will be offering advice to develop guidance on how the changes will impact contractors, manufacturers, and the distribution chain.
Further information about the conference programme, which will include input from industry experts on the revised requirements and provide attendees with detailed guidance and tools to help them to adapt to the new legislation, will be available shortly.