On the 15th of September 2021, the “TP-NEA Refrigerant Recovery for Chiller” course was launched. The course is a collaborative effort between Temasek Polytechnic (TP), National Environment Agency (NEA) and various industry partners.

The course will cover the standard operating procedure in handling refrigerants in a typical chiller while taking environmental conservation into consideration.

“TP-NEA Refrigerant Handling for Chiller” course
The “TP-NEA Refrigerant Handling for Chiller” course is designed to help develop capabilities within the refrigeration and air-conditioning (RAC) industry, to perform proper handling of refrigerants during the installation, maintenance, and decommissioning works on water-cooled chillers.

Concurrently, the course aims to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by educating participants on the environmental impact of refrigerants. The course supports the Environmental Protection and Management (Amendment Bill), which was passed in the Singapore Parliament on 13 September 2021.

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Fig. 1: Launch of “TP-NEA Refrigerant Handling for Chiller” course

MOU signing with partners from the RAC Industry
During the launch, a memorandum of understanding (MOU) was signed. The objective of the MOU is to establish a collaboration in the fields of chillers, air-conditioning systems and their ancillary equipment in the spirit to promote energy efficiency, climate change mitigation and sustainability. ebm‑papst SEA was represented by Mr. Coleman Lim (Managing Director) in the MOU signing. ebm‑papst SEA is proud to be an industry partner for the “TP-NEA Refrigerant Handling for Chiller” course.

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Fig. 2: Contactless MOU signing with industry partners

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Fig. 3: Mr. Coleman Lim and representatives from the government, polytechnic and other industry partners


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