Federal Halocarbon Regulations, 2003 (SOR/2003-289)

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These regulations apply to air-conditioning, refrigeration, fire-extinguishing and solvent systems that contain or are designed to contain a halocarbon and that are located on federal or aboriginal lands, or are federally owned by Her Majesty in right of Canada, a board or an agency of the Government of Canada, a Crown corporation, or a federal work or undertaking.

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These regulations apply to air-conditioning, refrigeration, fire-extinguishing and solvent systems that contain or are designed to contain a halocarbon and that are located on federal or aboriginal lands, or are federally owned by Her Majesty in right of Canada, a board or an agency of the Government of Canada, a Crown corporation, or a federal work or undertaking.

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Regulations are current to 2017-11-06 and last amended on 2009-07-30. Previous Versions

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These regulations apply to air-conditioning, refrigeration, fire-extinguishing and solvent systems that contain or are designed to contain a halocarbon and that are located on federal or aboriginal lands, or are federally owned by Her Majesty in right of Canada, a board or an agency of the Government of Canada, a Crown corporation, or a federal work or undertaking.

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Canada Gazette Part II

  • : Vol.137,No.18, PDF (1.38 MB, go to page 28)

Canada Gazette Part I

  • : Vol.136,No.49, PDF (1.50 MB, go to page 51)

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