ph nearing total phase out of ozone-depleting substances - industrial air conditioner

by:HICOOL     2021-10-11
ph nearing total phase out of ozone-depleting substances  -  industrial air conditioner
Corun, Palawan-the threatened ozone layer will soon smile at the Philippines --
That is, if the figures of the Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources (DENR)
Is the basis.
Latest data from the department's environmental authority
Philippine ozone station (EMB-POD)
Indicates that the country is in the process of completely eliminating all substances harmful to the ozone layer. [
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During the commitment period that has been eliminated, "bureau of environment and natural resources-EMB-
POD project manager Ella Deocadiz said in three recent presentations
Day media workshop on ozone and climate linkages led by DENR.
"At present, the only remaining substance of the stage --
In the Philippines, HCFC (HCFC).
"Substances that have been phased out as of January 1, 2010 --
Ahead of target time
Carbon Fluoride (CFCs)
Halon, four chlorine carbon (CTCs)
Methane chloride (MCs), non-
Quarantine and pre-
Shipment of methyl bromide (MBs).
These substances are chloride, fluorine, or bromide hydrocarbons that can react with ozone molecules in the same temperature layer and exhaust the protective layer.
So they are called ozone.
Consuming substances (ODS).
When these chloride, fluorine or methyl-bromide hydrocarbons react with molecules in the same temperature layer, ozone consumption or destruction is generated, and the ozone layer is found in the same temperature layer.
The stratosphere ozone layer is the natural barrier of the Earth, protecting everyone on the Earth from the harmful ultraviolet rays of the Sun (UV)rays.
The destruction of the ozone layer means that the ultraviolet rays of these Suns can easily penetrate the surface of the Earth.
The rapid increase in ozone consumption since the 1950 s has been more widely referred to as the "ozone hole" phenomenon.
Prior to the "commitment period", Deocadiz refers to the target date of the Philippines's commitment to the Montreal Protocol to phase out the above substances (MP)
The country is one of the "developing countries" signatories.
When the global agreement was drafted in September 1987, MP discovered and began to regulate the substances.
In the Philippines, CTCs were phased out in 2010 four years before the January 1, 1996 plan.
HCFCs are expected to be phased out by 2040, with the first target of 10% by next year. Prior to phase-
In fact, ODS is everywhere --from aerosols (
Carbon chloride containing fluorine)
To fire extinguishers (halons)
Computer circuit board (
Cleaning with solvents containing fluorine-containing carbon chloride and MCs). "HCFC and HCFC-
A mixture of people.
"In chemical production, chemicals that are widely used as refrigerant, foam blow-out agent, aerosol propellant, solvent and raw materials are manufactured," said Deocadiz . ".
Many Filipinos don't know because they have coolers and concentrated air so the mall is full of hcfc
In particular, the air conditioner using HCFC123 as a cooler.
Going to the mall has actually become a national entertainment, especially during the hot summer months.
In order to help reduce the consumption of HCFC in the country, the HCFC phase in the Philippines-
Management Plan (HPMP)
The programme was approved by the United Nations Environment Programme in 2012.
HPMP, with funding from the multilateral fund, mainly deals with the consumption or import and use of HCFCs. A total of 162.
86 potential for ozone consumption (ODP)
Tons are the baseline of HCFC consumption in the country; importation-
It is advisable that the benchmark level for 2013 is 2,644 metric tons (MT).
HCFC imports are expected to gradually decrease by 2015 to 2,379.
6 metric tons or 10%. HCFC-
22, widely used in the air-
Air-conditioning manufacturing and services account for 67% of consumption; HCFC-141b (
Foam and solvent industry), 32 percent; and HCFC-123 (
Commercial/Industrial air conditioning and fire fighting department), one percent.
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