Recently, Dynatemp International sent comments to CARB, the California Air Resources Board, regarding the news of enhancements and updates to the Assembly Bill No. 32. “Global Warming Solutions Act of 2006” and also Senate Bill 1383.
Our main points are numbered below:
1.) No state regulation should supersede proposed Kigali amendment or SNAP’s authority. It creates a fractured regulatory environment for industry. We prefer a reserved regulatory environment which defers to global preferences first.
2.) The use of incentives will have a stronger realization to reduction of high-GWP use because it will encourage reclamation and recycling. We do not support any sales ban.