Q-2, r. 29 - Regulation respecting halocarbons

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31. A person who services, repairs, modifies, converts or dismantles components containing a halocarbon on an air conditioning unit referred to in this Division must recover the halocarbon using the appropriate equipment. In addition, CFC-12 or HFC-134a must be recovered using equipment meeting or exceeding the standard specified below with respect to each type of halocarbon:
(1)  for the recovery of CFC-12: American Society of Automotive Engineers Standard SAE J2209 (February 1999): Refrigerant Recovery Equipment for Mobile Automotive Air-Conditioning Systems;
(2)  for the recovery of CFC-12, where the equipment simultaneously recycles the halocarbon: American Society of Automotive Engineers Standard SAE J1990 (February 1999): Recovery and Recycle Equipment for Mobile Automotive Air-Conditioning Systems; or
(3)  for the recovery of HFC-134a, where the equipment simultaneously recycles the halocarbon: American Society of Automotive Engineers Standard SAE J2210 (February 1999): Recovery/Recycling Equipment for Mobile Air-Conditioning Systems.
The nature of the halocarbon present in the unit must first be identified using a device designed for that purpose.
O.C. 1091-2004, s. 31.