On January 21, 2020, New Jersey Governor Phil Murphy (D) signed into law A-5583/S-3919, legislation prohibiting the sale, lease, rent, or installation of certain equipment or products containing HFCs or other greenhouses gases in the state of New Jersey and requiring manufacturers to disclose HFCs and substitutes in their products. The final bill was amended to allow for the use of completeness letters in New Jersey following approval from the Department of Environmental Protection.
- Regulating Body: Department of Environmental Protection
- Stated Goal: 40% reduction vs. 2018 by 2035
- A 4775 establishes a Statewide hydrofluorocarbon emission limit and requires DEP to establish hydrofluorocarbon emissions monitoring and reporting program.
- A-5583/S-3919 implements SNAP Rules 20 and 21 in the State of New Jersey.
- Regulation in effect: None
- Prohibitions based on use of prohibited substance, including sale, lease, rent, or installation
- Rulemakings in progress: None