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HCFCHydrochlorofluorocarbon
HCFCHarris County Flood Control District (est. 1937; Texas)
HCFCHull City Football Club (the Sleeping Giant)
HCFCHouse of Commons Finance Committee (Canada)
HCFCHarambee Christian Family Center (Pasadena, CA)
HCFCHealth Care Facilities Committee (various locations)
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'The Philippines' firm commitment to phase out 161.97 ODP tons of HCFCs was further demonstrated through the issuance of the policy, DENR Administrative Order 2013-25 otherwise known as the Revised Chemical Control Order for ODS Phase-out,' Trubella added.
As a signatory, Bangladesh is committed to phasing out hydro chlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and other ozone depleting substances.
'The proposed project is designed to address a specific reduction target (i.e., 2020 35 percent HCFC consumption reduction target and 40 percent by 2021) in accordance with the agreed phase out schedule with the Multilateral Fund,' documents stated.
HCFC-141b emissions in mega city Lahore: A field survey, based on Stratified Random Sampling (SRS) method and other parameters described in (Haq et al., 2016), has been conducted for estimation of refrigerant HCFC 141b from manufacturing and wastage stages in mega city Lahore during 2005-2013.
He highlighted that although Pakistan does not manufacture any of the Ozone Depleting Substances, the country has a strict regulatory regime to check imports of these substances, with a system of licensing and quotas for import of HCFCs in place.
Detailed discussions were held on the HCFCs control and role of customs to curb illegal trade was also discussed.
"Both groups of CFC and HCFC chemicals are greenhouse gases which contribute to climate change," said DENR.
"We understand why it would happen as 75 per cent of HCFCs are used for air conditioning, which is needed in this part of the world."
Bahrain also plans to reduce HCFCs by 10 per cent in 2015, by 67.5 per cent by 2025 and by 97.5 per cent by 2030.
The workshop discussed the removal of HCFCs and the quota system in the Kingdom of Bahrain, as part of the Kingdom of Bahrain's obligations towards the Montreal Protocol namely curbing, restricting the importing of HCFCs or rather R-22 substance which used in cooling and air-conditioning systems in the Kingdom.
Paje further said the country's import of HCFC products will be reduced by 10 per cent from the base level of 2,644 tonnes to 2,3796 tonnes by 2015 and then by 35 per cent to 1,718.6 tonnes by 2020.
"From next year, the ministry will ban the import of products which contain HCFC. The ministry has in the meantime come up with programmes targeted at key partners including suppliers and service providers, amongst others, as part of the phasing out programme.