Originally Posted by hvacvegas
There is no law against a person buying r410a without an EPA card, in the US.
HFC's are not restricted chemicals, like HCFC's (r-22).
Although 410a has ODP, it's still has no ozone deleting potential. You still get in trouble for releasing it, it's just not restricted.
At any rate, I wasn't talking about EPA licensing, I thought that was kinda a given.
We were talking about a masters license, which alot of states here require atleast 1 person in a company to have.
Wow. I just read this again.
I meant to say that r410a has no ozone depeleting potential, it does have a global warming potential.
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