The Environment Agency (EA) could receive increased powers of prosecution following concerns of installations and refrigerant purchases by non-F-gas-certified companies.
Concerns over qualification and competence checks and a rise in non-compliant ID cards were topics raised by F-gas certification body Refcom during a recent meeting on key industry issues with representatives from DEFRA.
While suppliers and distributors have a legal responsibility to check the operative purchasing gases has original F-gas certificates or an ACRIB SKILLcard, Refcom says it is worried about the development of alternative ID methods claiming to be acceptable representation of a company’s F-gas certification. Refcom maintains that DEFRA shares those concerns.
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