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why must recycled refrigerant be checked for air

There are various substances that can and should be recycled. Mostplastics now should be recycled and if they cannot they should bedisposed of in landfill waste
as per your country's requirements. This prevents plastic entering water course (including seas) andcausing water life to suffer and thus impacting on the food chain)- Woods and can recycled thus in part reducing the volume of treelogged for timber, trees provide proportionally more oxygen whengrowing and provide subsurface ground binding to prevent landslide. Card and paper are currently the most recycled but more can be donethus reducing the demand for raw materials 80% of recycled can bereused. Building waste can be recycled to a degree where the stone concreteetc can be reused in hardcore, block making etc. All glass can berecycled and can make up more than 80 of the materials for newglass, rubber used in tyres can be reused to make more in the samemanner, even clothing can be recycled. Woolen jumpers etc and bemade back to balls of wool for new clothing. Metals are and can be recycled reducing the demand for more raw oreby more than 80% Recycling does not just me placing in a different waste handlingsystem and not sending to landfill.

Recycling can also me second(pre-owned) products being reduced by others i. e. furniture,clothing. Some people take great pride in finding a fantasticbargain for pre owned items. Reducing landfill helps theenvironment, reducing the demand for raw materials makes the planetmore sustainable - i. e. Not using "one use carrier bags" forshopping/groceries can assist highley in the reducing landfill andalso the chemicals required to make them. These currently are notrecycled - a a good quality hessian bag can be used weekly forcarrying goods for some 2 years before they start to wear many lastmuch longer than that and then these can actually be recycled The EPA-Authorized Section 609 program that s required if you service mobile A/C systems. Technicians who service motor vehicle air conditioners must be trained and tested through a U. S. EPA-authorized organization, such as ASE. Training programs must cover the use of recycling equipment in compliance with industry standards, regulatory requirements, refrigerant containment, and the effects on the environment.

To be certified, technicians must review the training material thoroughly and then pass a test demonstrating their knowledge of the training material. The certificate earned as a result of a passing score on the refrigerant quiz is only deemed as certification in the context of the EPA. This credential is not the equivalent of technical certification from the ASE certification program. The most convenient method is online;. If you complete the online program and pass the quiz, you may immediately print a 60-day temporary credential. Using a printed booklet, you mail your completed quiz to ASE and $19 payment (quizzes not accepted via fax). It normally takes several weeks for mailed quizzes to be graded and to receive your credentials. If you prefer to use the printed booklet, you can order copies at no cost. Printed booklets include a copy of the quiz. You only pay when you send in a completed quiz for scoring. Please note that each quiz returned for scoring must bear original marks on the answer sheet. Photocopies and faxes of completed sheets will not be accepted. to request booklets.

The online ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Program matches the content found in the 2017 version of the printed booklet. You may also use 2015 and 2016 versions of the booklet to prepare for the quiz. Do not use any booklet version prior to 2015. To review the 2017 booklet, The ASE Refrigerant Recovery and Recycling Review and Quiz is an EPA-approved program that meets Section 609 regulations from the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. This program is intended only for technicians servicing motor vehicle air conditioning (MVAC) systems. Under no circumstances should this program be considered as acceptable for Section 608 compliance, a separate requirement that applies to the servicing of other types of air conditioning systems. Also, some state and local jurisdictions have adopted their own credential requirements; check with your state and local authorities for details. If you aren t sure whether the air conditioning work you do is covered under Section 609, to review an application fact sheet from the U. S. EPA.

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