A federal court has reportedly sentenced a Florida company to three years of probation and ordered it to pay a $206,140 criminal fine after it entered a guilty plea to charges of using false invoices and statements to import 1,874 cylinders of hydrochlorofluorocarbon‑22 (HCFC‑22). U.S. v. Harp Inc., No. 11‑20092 (S.D. Fla. 2/11/11). Defendant was also ordered to implement and enforce an environmental compliance plan and reimburse the government for costs associated with the storage and handling of the HCFC‑22. According to court documents, defendant filed a falsified petition with EPA indicating a single source for the HCFC‑22, when, in fact, the gas came from multiple unidentified sources. Under the Montreal Protocol, the United States agreed to phase out the use of HCFC‑22.