Technicians opening the refrigeration circuit in automotive air conditioning systems are required to be certified in refrigerant recovery and recycling in compliance with Section 609 of the Clean Air Act Amendments of 1990. The MACS certification program is approved by the U.S. EPA under this act. Wisconsin has additional certification requirements.
You have two options via the Internet. You can order the test and take it online, or order the test online to be sent to you in the mail. The study manual can also be downloaded from the site. The cost per test is $15.
Click on the following link to take the test online:
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Phone: (215) 631-702
Fax: (215) 631-7017
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P.O. Box 88
Lansdale, PA 19446
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Please allow 10-14 days for processing and mail delivery.
Tests available in English or Spanish. Please specify which tech needs Spanish.
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