According to the European Cold Storage and Logistics Association (ECSLA), the schedule of the draft European "F-gases" Regulation - which aims to improve the containment of fluorinated gases and impose restrictions on the marketing and use of these gases in car air-conditioning systems - should be the following: - November 2005: Commission position European Parliament 2nd reading; - 2nd quarter 2007: entry into force. The European Commission recently organized a study on the economic and environmental impact of a future extension of the "F-gases" regulation to foams and mobile refrigeration in road transport. The main options considered by the Commission for limiting emissions are: improving of handling/maintenance of refrigerated transport through registration of operators and phase-out of use of HFCs in refrigerated transport/or foam blowing.