regulations

  • One reason for the price difference in R134a is a practice called “dumping,” which occurs when a foreign company sells a product in the U.S. at less than its fair market value.
    Pete Meier
  • In early February, the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency announced its plans to issue a proposed rule that would eliminate the use of R134a as a refrigerant in new motor vehicles and as an aerosol in many consumer products. 
    Pete Meier
  • The big story in auto emissions has been greenhouse gases (GHGs) from tailpipes.The latest chapter was written when the EPA and DOT finalized CAFE standards for 2016-2025.