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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Heating, ventilation and air conditioning, or HVAC, technicians may obtain an Environmental Protection Agency certification for managing refrigerants by passing an approved test administered by an acceptable certifying o... 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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The Section 608 EPA certification test is required for technicians working with stationary refrigeration and air conditioning. This certification demonstrates that its recipient is competent to properly handle and recycl... More »

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The U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, or EPA, provides guidelines and information for people who want to purchase a home built prior to 1978, when lead-based paints were outlawed. Per EPA guidelines, purchasers must ... More »

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To get your heating, air conditioning and refrigeration contractor license, or HVAC license, you must pass a written test in the area in which you plan to specialize, such as small appliances or low-pressure refrigerants... 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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