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CARB Regulations

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The California Air Resources Board, as part of their Short Lived Climate Pollutants program and Senate Bills 605 and 1383. The resultant CARB goals is to reduce emissions of hydrofluorocarbon gases by 40% below 2013 levels by 2030. California signed SB 1013 in August of 2018, codifying SNAP 20 and 21 into law, primarily applying to equipment manufacturers.

*The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.

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CARB Regulations

  1. 1. The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations. CARB Regulations A P R I L 2 0 1 9
  2. 2. CARB S L C P The California Air Resources Board, as part of their Short Lived Climate Pollutants program and Senate Bills 605 and 1383. The resultant CARB goals is to reduce emissions of hydrofluorocarbon gases by 40% below 2013 levels by 2030. California signed SB 1013 in August of 2018, codifying SNAP 20 and 21 into law, primarily applying to equipment manufacturers. Timings were published in a March 2018 presentation, modified only to push overall first compliance to January 1, 2020. The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  3. 3. CARB T I M E L I N E 2018 2019 20202014 2015 2016 2017 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 Q 1 Q 2 Q 3 Q 4 CARB Meeting March 2018 • CARB approves new rules requiring phase-out of certain HFCs • Announces intent to advance SB 1013 SNAP 20/21 Law in CA August 2018 - Governor signs SB 1013 to codify DOE SNAP 20 and 21 into law Compliance #1 January 2019 • Supermarket refrigeration and remote CDUs • <2,200Btuh MT stand alone • Stand alone refrigeration units Compliance #2 January 2020 • >2,200 Btuh MT stand alone Compliance #3 January 2021 • Food processing and dispensing The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  4. 4. CARB D A T E S End-use (equipment or material) Prohibition date for new equipment and retrofits Current Industry Status Supermarket Refrigerant and Remote Condensing Units September 1, 2018 (Federal prohibition date was January 1, 2016 – 2018) Industry has already transitioned Stand-alone Refrigeration Units January 1, 2019 - 2020 Approved alternatives are currently in use in some applications Refrigerated Vending Machines January 1, 2019 Approved alternatives available now; preferred alternative not currently allowed in some locations Refrigerated Food Processing & Dispersing Equipment January 1, 2021 Approved alternatives are available now Foams (certain uses) September 1, 2018 (Federal prohibition date was January 1, 2017) Industry has already transitioned Now January 1, 2019 From March 23, 2018 CARB presentation, “Proposed Regulation for Prohibitions on Use of Certain High Global Warming Hydrofluorocarbons in Stationary Refrigeration Equipment and Foams” The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  5. 5. CARB M E A S U R E M E N T Same requirements as EPA in certain categories Application Supermarket Remote CDU Stand-Alone (Split Systems) Med Temp <2,200 BTUH Med Temp >2,200 BTUH Low Temp Compliance Date 1-Jan-17 1-Jan-18 1-Jan-19 1-Jan-20 1-Jan-20 Key Delisted Refrigerants R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A Key Acceptable Refrigerants R-134a, R- 407A/C/F, R- 448A, R-449A, R-744 R-134a, R- 407A/C/F, R- 448A, R-449A R-290, R-744 (Now* R-448A, R-449A) R-290, R-744 (Now* R-448A, R-449A) R-134a, R-290, R-448A, R- 449A, R-744 * - Not part of original rule, but now allowed via Letter of Completeness Food Retail/Service – New installations 20 Application Supermarket Remote CDU Stand-Alone (Split Systems) Med Temp <2,200 BTUH Med Temp >2,200 BTUH Low Temp Compliance Date 20-Jul-16 20-Jul-16 20-Jul-16 20-Jul-16 1-Jan-20 Key Delisted Refrigerants R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A R-404A, R- 507A Key Acceptable Refrigerants R-134a, R- 407A/C/F, R- 448A, R-449A, R-744 R-134a, R- 407A/C/F, R- 448A, R-449A R-134a, R-290, R-744 (Now* R-448A, R- 449A) R-290, R-744 (Now* R-448A, R-449A) R-134a, R-290, R-448A, R- 449A, R-744 * - Not part of original rule, but now allowed via Letter of Completeness Food Retail/Service – Retrofit installations 20 Application Refrigerated Food Dispensing Equipment Refrigeration: Cold Storage Warehouse Air Conditioning: Positive Displacement Chillers Compliance Date 1-Jan-21 1-Jan-23 1-Jan-24 Key Delisted Refrigerants R-134a, R-404A, R-407A, R-407C, R-407F, R-410A, R-507A R-404A, R-407A, R-507A R-134a, R-404A, R-407C, R-410A, R-507A Key Acceptable Refrigerants R-448A, R-449A R-407 C/F, R-448A, R-449A, R-717, R-744 R-407A/F, R-448A, R-449A * - Not part of original rule, but now allowed via Letter of Completeness Cold Storage and Chiller Air Conditioning 21 The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  6. 6. CARB G W P V S C H A R G E • Working GWP vs. Charge Limits, now • Stationary Refrigeration – GWP <150 in systems with >50 pounds of refrigerant – GWP <1500 in systems with 20 pounds to 50 pounds of refrigerant – Effective: January 1, 2021 • Industry working with AHRI, now! The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  7. 7. CARB A D D I T I O N A L S C O P E • Sales Restrictions on Refrigerants – No production, import, sales, distribution, or entry into commerce of refrigerants with a  GWP over 2500 as of January 1, 2020  GWP over 1500 as of January 1, 2024 – Proposed, not final The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  8. 8. • 23 Governors • Bipartisan • May follow CARB actions • California • Colorado • Connecticut • Delaware • Hawaii • Illinois • Maine • Maryland • Massachusetts • Michigan • Minnesota • Nevada • New Jersey • New Mexico • New York • North Carolina • Oregon • Puerto Rico • Rhode Island • Vermont • Virginia • Washington • Wisconsin The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations. Visit www.usclimatealliance.org US CLIMATE ALLIANCE L I K E L Y T O F O L L O W !
  9. 9. CARB C O M P L I A N C E • Reporting & Marking – June 26, 2017*: Report AWEF values and include AWEF marking on medium temperature condensing units • Medium Temperature Condensing Units – January 1, 2020**: Equipment must meet minimum AWEF valuesŧ • Low Temperature Condensing Units & All Unit Coolers – July 10, 2020**: Equipment must meet minimum AWEF values and all new units must include AWEF markingŧ *Units must be marked and reported, but are not required to meet minimum AWEF targets. **AWEF compliance is based on date of manufacture. ŧThe DOE requires that the equipment manufacturer certify to DOE all equipment complies with minimum efficiency regulations. The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations.
  10. 10. • Heatcraft and Lennox International will continue to advocate for our customers and our industry • We all have a responsibility to protect our planet and the environment • We’re committed to leading the charge! The information is provided for informational purposes only and is based on information, legislation and litigation activities that are subject to change on short notice. The information provided should not merely be relied upon without consideration of your particular situation or any additional unique facts and circumstances. Moreover, the laws are subject to change. We recommend that you review the applicable laws and regulations and consult legal counsel, if necessary, to ensure you are in compliance with the regulations. THANK YOU!

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