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Fluorinated gases and ozone-depleting substances: how to do business if the UK leaves the EU with no deal

How businesses can continue to trade and deal in fluorinated greenhouse gases and ozone-depleting substances in the UK and EU if there’s no EU withdrawal deal.

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Use this guide to understand how the F gas and ODS regulations will change from 30 March 2019, if the UK leaves the EU with no deal, including:

  • the new quota, reporting and licensing systems for F gas and ODS
  • how to apply for quota for 2019 and subsequent years
  • how to convert EU quota authorisations into UK authorisations
  • how to continue your eligibility for an EU quota to place hydrofluorocarbons (HFCs) on the EU market
Published 14 December 2018
Last updated 20 December 2018 + show all updates
  1. Changed "If you do not hold this UK quota, you must get either a" to: "You must hold sufficient quota authorisations. If you do not, you must get one of the following:"
  2. Changed "Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have all decided to remain part of a single, UK-wide system during the EU withdrawal implementation period." to "Scotland, Wales and Northern Ireland have all decided to remain part of a single, UK-wide system if the UK leaves the EU with no deal on 29 March 2019"
  3. First published.