The Ministry of Municipality and Environment (MME) held a joint meeting yesterday aimed at training workers in the refrigeration and air-conditioning sector in Qatar, and to identify the most important developments in the Montreal Protocol to protect the ozone layer.
The meeting took place between the Ozone group of the Department of Radiation and Chemicals Protection of the Ministry, the representatives of the West Asia UNEP based in Bahrain, and the Italian company ATF which is training technicians working in the sector.
During the meeting, representatives of a number of the authorities in Qatar and companies working in the field of refrigeration and air conditioning reviewed the most important developments related to the protocol, and consulted on training technicians working in the refrigeration and air conditioning sector in the country, in addition to co-ordinating joint efforts between the authorities and companies concerned with the aim of preserving the environmental balance.
The meeting was held via Skype on the Internet, in view of the current global travel restrictions due to Coronavirus (Covid-19), in order to preserve public health and safety.
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