In November of 2016 the EPA updated the Section 608 Refrigerant Management program. This ruling phased in changes over a three-year period. On October 1, 2018 the EPA issued a new ruling that will revise refrigerant regulations, again. Please take the time to submit a comment to the EPA letting them know that such a change could be harmful to the public at large.
Col. Nicole Malachowski (USAF, Ret.) captivated the crowd at MSCA18 in Huntington Beach, CA, with her personal stories of how she harnesses the headwinds of change in her own life.
This year’s recipient, John Gentille, CEO of MCAA, has been extremely instrumental in elevating MSCA and MCAA to new levels of excellence and providing extraordinary value to our members. The D.S. O’Brien was presented to John during the recent MSCA Education conference, held October 21—24 in Huntington Beach, CA.
This year’s recipient of the MSCA Everyday Hero Award was Ted Stutz, Director of Quality Control for Emcor Services/MESA Energy Systems in Irvine, CA.
Adding plumbing service to your existing HVACR service offerings can provide added value to your company and your customers.
Resources are available through the UA and MSCA to help you find qualified service technicians.
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Learn about the MCAA PAC and how you can help our industry represent you in federal public policy decisions.
MCERF offers grants to current MCAA/MSCA members that hire undergraduates as interns.
Grants to Hire Interns
This award was created to recognize an employee from one of our member companies who, in his or her own extraordinary way, quietly gives of their time and skills to benefit others.
MSCA Everyday Hero Award
MSCA and Convoy of Hope have partnered to feed individuals and families in need for the past six years and counting. Join us again!