Dear visitor! www.ozoneprogram.ru uses cookies and similar technologies to improve its performance, efficiency and convenience through reliable and individualized information. If you continue using our website, you consent to our cookies in accordance with notification on using cookies at www.ozoneprogram.ru. If you do not agree, please, adjust your browser or leave the website. Close
Phase-out of ozone-depleting substances
and fluorinated greenhouse gases in the Russian Federation
Learn how your country meets the Montreal protocol

Learn how your country meets the Montreal protocol

Pros and cons of using eco-friendly refrigerants in refrigeration plants

Pros and cons of using eco-friendly refrigerants in refrigeration plants

How greenhouse gases made their way to the Montreal Protocol?

How greenhouse gases made their way to the Montreal Protocol?

Problem-2020. What awaits those who uses R-22 and other ozone-depleting substances?

2020 Problem. What awaits those who uses R-22 and other ozone-depleting substances?

Video

  • Russian refrigeration industry and global environmental agreements
    Russian refrigeration industry and global environmental agreements
  • Visit to disposal plant for domestic refrigerators and freezers
    Visit to disposal plant for domestic refrigerators and freezers
  • R22–R290 retrofit at air-conditioners
    R22–R290 retrofit at air-conditioners
  • alt_description
    Protecting Our Atmosphere for Generations to Come: 25 Years of the Montreal Protocol
  • May 17, 2019
    IEC amends hydrocarbon charge size limits after vote reversal Initial industry responses appear mixed after motion to increase charge size for flammable refrigerants is passed due to the rejection of a dissenting vote for procedural reasons.
  • May 16, 2019
    Daikin looks to replace R32 in 2023 Daikin hopes to introduce a low GWP refrigerant replacement for the current R32 in air conditioners in 2023.
  • May 06, 2019
    Maritime sector urged to replace HFCs with natural refrigerants A new report for the Nordic Council of Ministers highlights the efficiency and environmental benefits of adopting CO2 and ammonia in maritime applications.