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What does FHR mean?
Federal Halocarbon Regulations (FHR) 2003, is a regulation in Canada to reduce and prevent emissions of halocarbons to the environment from refrigeration, air-conditioning, fire-extinguishing and solvent systems.
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Frequently Asked Questions (FAQ)
What is the full form of FHR in Regulations (Canada)?
The full form of FHR is Federal Halocarbon Regulations