ODS destruction/recovery technologies

A-Gas establishes new refrigerant recovery and reclamation facility in Ontario to expand operations in Canada

A-Gas, a global leader in providing refrigerants and related products and services, is expanding its operations in Canada. Mike Armstrong, Managing Director and President of A-Gas in the Americas, said that the company has over 30 years of international experience and a strong platform in the United States, and is now excited to further develop its solutions in Canada. A-Gas has been supporting the Canadian refrigerant industry for over a decade and is now looking forward to bringing its industry-leading technology to the Canadian marketplace to assist customers with effective lifecycle refrigerant management solutions.

A-Gas expands its technology to provide market recovery and reclamation services

After recent heavy investment in the expansion of their capacity in the US, A-Gas is completing the construction of its latest refrigerant separation towers at its Rhome, Texas plant, located outside of Dallas/Fort Worth. The expansion project, which began earlier this year, represents A-Gas’ continued commitment to delivering cutting-edge technology aimed at substantially increasing the quantity of reclaimed refrigerant gases, bringing new capacity online in 2023 to supply the US.

Through partnership with A-Gas PSA Singapore became the first port in Southeast Asia to commence use of reclaimed refrigerants

PSA Singapore operates the world’s largest container transhipment hub in Singapore, handling 37.2 million TEUs of containers in 2021. With connections to 600 ports globally, shippers have access to daily sailings to every major port in the world, operating 24/7 all year round. Beyond port operations, PSA also offers cargo solutions to customers operating in advanced manufacturing, cold chain, e- commerce, and energy and chemicals.

Tonga looks at control of ozone depleting substances

On the 15th of June, 2022 the Tonga – [Ministry of Meteorology, Energy, Information, Disaster Management, Environment, Climate Change and Communications (MEIDECC)], Department of Climate Change hosted a meeting with the advisory committee for ozone layer protection. The objectives of the meeting is to oversee Tonga’s obligations to the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer as well as ensuring that all implemented and planned activities of the National Ozone Unit (NOU) is aligned with the provisions of the Ozone Layer Protection Act 2021.