New York Advances Legislation Enabling
Low-GWP Refrigerants

In response to the Aim Act, New York has taken significant steps to advance building codes that align with the state’s climate agenda. On April 27th, Assembly Bill (AB 8143) was passed and sent to the Senate Energy and Telecommunications Committee. This legislation updates building codes and equipment standards to adapt for low-GWP refrigerants and […]

Hudson Technologies to Supply Reclaimed Refrigerant to Partner AprilAire for use in Healthy Air Solutions

AprilAire – Leader in Healthy Air Solutions, Advances Sustainability Efforts with Partner Hudson Technologies

Woodcliff Lake, NJ – January 31, 2022 – Hudson Technologies, Inc. (NASDAQ: HDSN), a leading provider of innovative and sustainable refrigerant products and services to the Heating, Ventilation, Air Conditioning, and Refrigeration industry – and one of the nation’s largest refrigerant reclaimers, and AprilAire, the leading provider of professional grade healthy air solutions for homes, […]

California Air Resources Board (CARB) Final Regulation Order – Part 2

In part two of our summary of The CARB Final Regulation Order, we will be reviewing the latest information regarding the use of refrigerants in equipment moving forward in California. Hudson is excited to hear about OEMs starting to use lower GWP refrigerants, as well as reclaimed refrigerants in their equipment. These lower GWP refrigerants […]

California Air Resources Board (CARB) Final Regulation Order – Part 1

The California Air Resources Board (CARB) published its Final Regulation Order on Proposed Amendments to the Prohibitions on Use of Certain Hydrofluorocarbons in Stationary Refrigeration, Stationary Air-conditioning, and Other End-Uses with an effective date of January 1, 2022. Hudson is pleased to hear about the requirements of reclaimed refrigerants moving forward in California. Reclamation helps […]

Introduction to A2L Refrigerants

As the HFC Phasedown is in full effect, you may have heard of the class of low GWP refrigerants called A2L’s. A2L refrigerants are currently being phased into the HVACR industry to replace HFC refrigerants. Although A2L’s seem to be a new class of refrigerant, more than 68 million air conditioners use this group as […]