In order to better complete the Demonstration City Demonstration Project for the Elimination Management of Hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) in China's Refrigeration Maintenance Industry (Shenzhen), explore the promotion and promotion of environmentally friendly low-carbon refrigeration technologies, and promote the subsequent nationwide development of the refrigeration maintenance industry Provide reference for ozone-depleting substance phase-out management. On December 10, 2021, Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Ecology and Environment will hold a training meeting on ozone layer protection policy requirements and environmental protection and low-carbon technology selection in Shenzhen supermarkets/cold storage industry. This event was carried out using a combination of online and offline methods. More than 80 people, including the Atmosphere Division of Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Ecological Environment, the technical support unit of the demonstration project, and Tianhong Group, participated in the training event.
This training session introduced a series of training, publicity, implementation, supervision and law enforcement that the Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Ecology and Environment, in collaboration with the Shenzhen Municipal Finance, Market Supervision, Human Resources and Social Security, and Emergency Management Departments, has taken in the process of promoting the HCFCs phase-out management demonstration project in the refrigeration maintenance industry. , Analyzed the impact of the "Kigali Amendment" on the refrigeration and refrigeration maintenance industries after the entry into force, and announced the country, Guangdong Province, and Shenzhen’s policy and regulatory requirements for the protection of the ozone layer and the elimination of ozone-depleting substances in the supermarket/cold storage industry . We also specially invited Professor Liu Shengchun, a refrigeration system energy-saving technology expert and a member of the National Chain Management Standardization Technical Committee, to comprehensively and systematically introduce to the participants the current environmental protection and low-carbon refrigeration technology application cases and comparison of advantages and disadvantages in the refrigeration and refrigeration links of the global supermarket industry. The follow-up alternative technology choices of supermarkets and supermarkets provide a useful reference.
Next, the Shenzhen Municipal Bureau of Ecology and Environment will continue to make more explorations and efforts in strengthening the supervision and management of the supermarket/cold storage industry and promoting CO2 and other environmentally friendly low-carbon refrigeration technologies in accordance with the requirements of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment for demonstration projects.