11. Fugitive emissions from industrial gases

Activity Method for the Determination of Additionality for Recovered and Stockpiled ODS Refrigerant Projects

This module identifies a positive list of activities that are deemed additional for use in conjunction with VCS methodologyVM0016 Recovery and Destruction of Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) v1.1.

This methodology was open for public comment from 8 December 2017 until 23 March 2017. Public comments are closed.

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Thu, 11/30/2017

Recovery and Destruction of Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) from Products, v1.1

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions from activities that recover and destroy Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) where a partial or total atmospheric release of ODS occurs in the baseline scenario. 

VM0016, v1.0 has been revised to account for the destruction of unused and stockpiled ODS. The submission of a new activity method module for the determination of additionality is also included as part of this revision. 

This methodology was open for public comment from 21 February 2017 until 23 March 2017. Public comments are closed.

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Recovery and Destruction of Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) from Products, v1.1

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions from activities that recover and destroy Ozone-Depleting Substances (ODS) from products where a partial or total atmospheric release of ODS occurs in the baseline scenario. Project activities can be implemented in Montreal Protocol Article 5 and Non-Article 5 countries.

This methodology was open for public comment from 5 May 2010 until 3 June 2010. Public comments are closed.

Approval Date
Tue, 09/20/2011

Infrared Automatic Refrigerant Leak Detection Efficiency Project Methodology, v1.1

This methodology quantifies the GHG emission reductions generated by reducing leaks of hydroflourocarbon (HFC) refrigerants from commercial refrigeration systems in the United States.  HFC leaks can be reduced by monitoring refrigeration systems using infrared real time leak detection systems.  By detecting leaks quickly, refrigeration systems can be maintained and thereby reducing the rate of HFC emissions.   

This methodology was open for public comment from 18 January 2010 until 16 February 2010. Public comments are closed.

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Approval Date
Tue, 02/16/2010
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