According to the EPA website, EPA certification test questions address four main categories: core information, small appliances (type 1 certification), high-pressure appliances, (type 2 certification) and low pressure ap... More »

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A technician must pass an EPA 608 certification before servicing the refrigerant systems of air conditioners and refrigerators. The test covers topics related to handling refrigerant properly for safety and environmental... More »

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Technicians can obtain EPA 608 certification online by registering with a site such as Green Education Services, scheduling the exam and then taking the test. EPA 608 certification is required for those wishing to work w... More »

EPA universal certification allows the recipient to work on virtually all appliances that contain refrigerants, small and large, high-pressure and low-pressure. The universal certification requires the possession of Type... More »

EPA certification most often refers to certification as a HVAC technician working on air conditioners and similar temperature-control machinery, although it can also refer to any training program run by the EPA that ends... More »

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To obtain a Universal EPA certification, pass the universal test that contains 100 questions, which include 25 general questions and 75 equally split among the three sectors, Type I, Type II and Type III. With the univer... More »

The EPA certification test is the test that the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency requires all individuals who repair building air conditioning and refrigeration systems and purchase and handle refrigerants to take, a... More »

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