Industry point of view
Keep our cooling & heating system working
There is over 85% of the failures are caused by inadequate installation and maintenance for air conditioners. As an engineer, the cooling and heating unit should not only focus on the design and installation in the early stage, but also need to know the usage and maintenance in the later stage. Having regular maintenance can fully utilize the cooling and heating capacity.
Regular check and clean your cooling & heating system
After the air conditioner has been running for a period of time, the main engine such as heat exchanger, water system pipeline valves, cooling towers, etc. will inevitably be corroded, scaled, and bacteria and cyanobacteria breed. There will also be various problems occurring, such as dust accumulation, breeding of bacteria and mites in indoor air outlets, pipes, and ends. These problems not only shorten the service life of the machine, increase the thermal resistance and reduce the energy efficiency ratio of the system, but also affect the health of us.
Canada’s new emissions reduction plan ‘doesn’t go far enough,’ say environmentalists
As a lawyer for Ecojustice, Julia Croome said she’s been grappling with feelings of optimism and disappointment since the federal government unveiled Canada’s 2030 emissions reduction plan on March 29.
The target? To cut emissions by 40 per cent below 2005 levels by 2030 and put Canada on track for net-zero emissions by 2050. To meet this target, the government said it will invest $9.1 billion into measures like carbon pricing, carbon capture technology, clean fuels and more sector-specific actions.
Canada’s new emissions reduction plan ‘doesn’t go far enough,’ say environmentalists￼, capital current, By Pippa Norman, 30 May 2022
A study published by a Berlin think-tank says Canadians must cut their carbon footprints by 95 per cent to help the world limit global warming to the 1.5 C goal set by the 2015 Paris Agreement. Lewis Akenji, managing director of the Hot or Cool Institute and lead author of the study says it can’t be up to Canadians alone, and the federal government must play a role.
(Australia and the United States, which are also among the world’s highest per-capita emitters, were not included in the report.)
The analysis compared the average per-capita carbon emissions of people in each of those countries, a metric the authors called “average lifestyle carbon footprints.” The report focuses on key domains where tangible lifestyle changes could make a significant difference, including food, housing and personal transportation.
The average person in Canada produces an equivalent of 14.2 tonnes of CO2 as of 2019, according to the findings. By comparison, the average per-capita footprint in Finland is 9.7 tonnes and in the United Kingdom it’s 8.5 tonnes.
Canadians are among the world’s worst carbon emitters. Here’s what we can do about it, CBC News, By Jaela Bernstien, Oct 08 2021
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