Stall of National Ozone Unit of the Ministry of Environment & Renewable
Energy will be established at" Deyata Kirula" (Development Exhibition)
at Kuliyapitiya from 21st to 28th February 2014.. Two Demonstration sessions
per day will be conducted on Recycling and Recovery technics for Ozone
Depleting Substances and Good practices techniques using ozone friendly
technologies for AC/Ref Service Sector Technicians. All are welcome at
the Deyata Kirula Development Exhibition*******
Workshop on Good Practices in Refrigeration & Air Conditioning (RAC)
Service Sector Technicians
Venue : Wayamba Technical College – Kurunagala
Date : 29th January to
31st January 2014
Ozone Depleting Substances have been used in several applications including
RAC servicing sector in Sri Lanka. Therefore NOU has conducted three day
national level workshop for RAC sector Technicians to train them on Ozone
Friendly Good Practices. This helps to reduce consumption of HCFCs to
meet the phase out targets for Sri Lanka in 2013 - 2015. Training of technicians
to engage promptly and effectively in new technologies is a vital determining
factor in meeting the obligations of the Montreal Protocol.
Contents of the Workshop in brief
Awareness Program about ‘Ozone layer and its Depletion & effects
on Climate change
Safety Issues using refrigerants & Alternative
refrigerants to substitute HCFCs
Hands on practical in using materials, tools & equipment
Recovery of refrigerant, dismantling, installation and
best practices on HCFC or HFC based Air-Conditioner
Identification of contaminated or mixed refrigerant
"Rebuilt the ozone layer to it's full stregnth.."
To fulfill the commitments under the Montreal Protocol on Substances that
Deplete the Ozone Layer to Protect the Ozone Layer by phasing out Ozone
Depleting Substances (ODS) in Sri Lanka. To integrate Ozone Layer protection
in to the countries planning process, with minimum inconvenience to industry
the general public taking into consideration of Global environment, Legal
requirement & economic aspects of the country. Instigate activities
to maintain and strengthen the institutional framework in protection of
the Ozone Layer in Sri Lanka.
Implemetation of the Montreal Protocol in Sri Lanka to protect the Ozoe
ODS imports monitoring System (Read
Awarded intensive to Regnis
signing an MOU for converting the technology from
HCFCs to non-HCFC (Read
National Ozone Unit (NOU) was established under the Ministry
of Environment in Sri Lanka, which is the national focal point
for the Montreal Protocol (MP) in 1994, with the approval of the
Institutional Strengthening (IS). The projects of the NOU operate
directly under the Secretary, Ministry of Environment in Sri Lanka
who is the National Project Director and the ....
Director, NOU who is the Coordinator of Montreal
Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer to Protect
the Ozone Layer by phasing out Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS)
in Sri Lanka, coordinating international and national activities
related to phasing out Ozone Depleting substances with the targets
given by the Montreal Protocol. The Director is from Lanka Administrative
Services (SLAS) and appointed by the Sri Lankan Governmet.
The Ministry has provided a space for the office
and eligible officers who can handle the activities in the unit.
The NOU has grown with time by obtaining fund through other projects
and recruiting qualified people to assist the different projects
under the guidance of Secretary of the Ministry of Environment
and the Director, NOU with support of the UNDP. At present the
Unit has projects funded by Multi Lateral Fund (MLF) through implementing
agencies such as UNDP & UNEP.....
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