FIRES and Utilities Using Satellite Technology “in time” for 2019 Fire Season and Mind-warfare Combined

FIRES and Utilities 
Using Satellite Technology “in time” for 2019 Fire Season 
and 
Mind-warfare Combined

Yes, IN TIME indeed, IN TIME to start fires by satellite with this absurd cover story.

How much longer will people believe in this New NORMAL OF CLIMATE CHANGE

 

vs

 

the FACTS that Climate Change is Weather Weapons?
INSIDER COMMENT

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Air Conditioning Units – New Regulations

ADVISORY
Air Conditioning Units – New Regulations 

IMPACT ON HOMEOWNERS WITH OLDER AC UNITS

How NEW Refrigerant Regulations regarding Freon will affect homeowners
starting in 2020 depends on the age of their air conditioning unit.
Just “in time” for Killer Heat Events, Nationwide and Worldwide  
NEW REFRIGERANT REGULATIONS IN EFFECT FOR 2020
 
a law banning the production of a common air conditioning refrigerant goes into effect.
 
In 1992, (Remember, the Rio “Earth Summit) the agency decided that HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons), the chemicals which help refrigerators and air conditioners to cool, should be phased out.  
 
What you need to consider when checking whether your air conditioner needs replacement:  
 
Go to a Local Reputable HVAC Contractor
 
You might need to pay for a crane to remove your old A/C Unit depending where it’s located.
 
You may need to have an electrician update your wiring to handle a larger unit – especially since we can expect killer heat temperatures, nationwide.  
 
Just think – how many people will not be able to survive as the heat is cranked up with frequency densification, worldwide?  
We are being cooked with 5G and many other layered frequencies.  
We are ALL being microwaved – so stay cool and go to StopTheCrime.netand select the YouTube video channel and the Email Blast Out’s for the latest.

WILL YOUR AIR CONDITIONING SYSTEM NEED TO BE REPLACED BY 2020?

Published on April 7, 2019

https://www.callaqm.com/blog/air-conditioning-replaced-2020/

There is just one more summer season ahead before a law banning the production of a common air conditioning refrigerant goes into effect. Soon Freon will no longer be made and it will begin to be phased out of use completely. What does this mean for homeowners with HVAC units that rely on Freon refrigerant? Will you need to have your system replaced next year? NO.

AQM wants to help clear the air about Freon and older air conditioning systems. Here’s what you need to know.

NEW REFRIGERANT REGULATIONS IN EFFECT FOR 2020

The Environmental Protection Agency works to decrease the use of chemicals that are harmful to the environment. In 1992, the agency decided that HCFCs (hydrochlorofluorocarbons), the chemicals which help refrigerators and air conditioners to cool, should be phased out. Studies have found that HCFCs have a contributing effect on ozone depletion and global warming. These chemical compounds are just a small part of the greenhouse gases affecting our environment, “but they trap thousands of times as much heat in the atmosphere as carbon dioxide,” states the NYTimes.

For decades, Freon, also known as HCFC-22 and R-22, was the main refrigerant chemical used in residential air conditioning units and heat pumps. To help protect the ozone layer, the EPA has mandated that the production of Freon be stopped by January 2020.

The good news is that new air conditioning systems made since 2010 no longer rely on Freon. Most newer AC units use a refrigerant called R410A, or Puron. This chemical is an HFC (hydrofluorocarbon), but has been shown not to harm the ozone and, since 2015, has become the standard for residential air conditioning.

IMPACT ON HOMEOWNERS WITH OLDER AC UNITS

Don’t worry. Many homeowners that would be affected by this new regulation have already switched to more environmentally friendly refrigerants. HVAC professionals have been phasing out freon gradually over the past eight years. Older air conditioning systems that have been replaced according to schedule were likely switched out for R410A units.

Freon is really an environmental hazard if it leaks or is disposed of improperly. Freon-based HVAC units that still function properly don’t need to be replaced now either. Beginning in 2020, Freon will no longer be produced or imported, but limited amounts will still be available. Older systems can be serviced or recharged with refrigerant using stocks of HCFC-22 until the 2020 date. After that, technicians will need to source recycled Freon to keep an old cooling system running.

Here’s a quick timeline to clarify the important dates in coming years for homeowners with air conditioning units made before 2010:

Up to 2020 – Older systems can be serviced with stock Freon.

2020 – The end of Freon production and importation.

After 2020 – Older systems can be serviced with recycled Freon.

Information about air conditioning units running on Freon related to new 2020 regulations.How the new refrigerant regulations regarding Freon will affect homeowners starting in 2020 depends on the age of their air conditioning unit.

Retrofitting Older AC Systems

Though the EPA does not require homeowners to buy new air conditioning systems, retrofitting older systems is a valid option. Unfortunately, you can’t simply switch to refrigerants that don’t harm the ozone. Newer air conditioners have compressors and other parts which work only with specific chemicals. This also doesn’t mean that the AC system has to be replaced.

If the coils are compatible with R410A refrigerant, HVAC technicians can replace the outdoor unit without needing to modify other components throughout your house. This solution can be expensive, but it will keep your current AC system working. Plus, switching to R410A may actually make it more energy efficient. Routine service is more important for these retrofitted systems to prevent leaks and any harmful effect on the environment.

Replacing Older AC Systems

If your air conditioning unit was manufactured prior to 2010, you may opt to replace it. After all, the average lifespan of an HVAC system is 15 years. Modern air conditioners are more environmentally friendly and also more energy efficient. Lower utility bills is a factor to consider when determining the best solution. Many homeowners choose to replace older systems rather than to retrofit them because it ensures greater long-term savings.
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Green Agenda Financing and More . . . Closing the infrastructure gap | Inter-agency Task Force on Financing for Development

http://www.naco.org/sites/default/files/documents/CN-HotTopics-Transportation.pdf

Excerpts from the document below:
 
Page 21

The 2013 National Bridge Inventory listed 34,498 county- owned bridges as structurally deficient, 15 percent of the nation’s 230,690 complement of county-owned bridges.

Bridges compare favorably to all other modes of transportation on the 2013 American Society of Civil Engineers (ASCE) Report Card for America’s Infrastructure. The association’s grade for bridges has risen steadily since they were first evalu- ated in 1998 (C-), to C in 2001, 2005 and 2009 and C+ in 2013.

 

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FIRE a BIG BUSINESS at HIGH COST Firefighters’ blood, urine had high levels of mercury, other toxins after Sonoma County’s Tubbs FIRE Intentional Consequences of weather weapons used for FIRE

Firefighters’ blood, urine had high levels of mercury, other toxins after Sonoma County’s Tubbs fire

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Cyclist runs for his life after electric bike explodes in a fireball under his bum

https://www.thesun.co.uk/news/3777723/cyclist-runs-for-his-life-after-electric-bike-explodes-in-a-fireball-under-his-bum/

Cyclist runs for his life after electric bike explodes in a fireball under his bum

A CYCLIST ran for his life when his electric bike exploded in a fireball under his bum.

The lithium battery burned for half an hour as explosions sent shrapnel whizzing through the air.

 

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ELECTRIC BICYCLES and FIRES Dangers of Lithium-Ion batteries used in the majority of electric bikes (e-bikes) ADVISORY

ELECTRIC BICYCLES and FIRES
 
Dangers of Lithium-Ion batteries used in the majority of electric bikes (e-bikes)
 
 
ADVISORY

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28,690 viewsJul 7, 2019, 04:22am Philadelphia Attacked For Using ‘Sonic Weapon’ To Keep Kids Away From Parks

https://www.forbes.com/sites/zakdoffman/2019/07/07/u-s-city-officials-slammed-for-targeting-children-with-harmful-sonic-weapon/#7cd8979731b9

 

 

City officials in Philadelphia are under attack for their increasing use of an acoustic deterrent—described by a local councilwoman as a “sonic weapon”—to keep the city’s children and young adults away from certain recreational areas at night.

 

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