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The Department of Environment Food & Rural Affairs plan to introduce penalties from April next year in England and Scotland for companies and individuals who breach F-gas regulations.

“A maximum fine of £50,000 could be applied to breaches including failing to correctly label F-gases or products containing them; failing to comply with the requirements for declarations of conformity for importing products containing F-gases; and failing to keep records of F-gases used in equipment or F-gas sales.”

Read the full report here.

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05/11/17

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