US and China to phase-down use and production of HFCs
The United States and China have announced they will each implement the phase-down of hydrofluorocarbon (HFC) production and consumption reflected in the Kigali Amendment to the Montreal Protocol and have “committed to cooperating” with each other and with other countries to tackle the 'climate crisis'.
Technical groups, training committees and stakeholder engagement
ARC participates in a number of technical groups, training committees and conducts stakeholder engagement activities on behalf of the refrigeration and air conditioning industry.
Cold beer was invented in Australia? Of course it was…
April 17 doesn’t generally ring with recognition for most people, but it should. Particularly for those of us who enjoy a cold beverage on a hot day.
RAC technicians’ greatest repair job might just be on the ozone layer
While you won’t find refrigeration and air conditioning (RAC) apprentices studying about repair jobs for oxygen molecules in the stratosphere, the skilled work of licensed technicians to control the use of refrigerants is having a very real impact on the ozone layer and the environment.
ARC Chairman re-elected at AGM, plus new talent to guide industry
In a strong sign of confidence and stability for the refrigeration and air conditioning industry, the Board of the Australian Refrigeration Council (ARC) has re-elected Michael Bennett to the role of Chairman at the ARC Annual General Meeting on the 25th November.