The end of the road for chlorofluorocarbon gases, whose production is banned as of year's end, does not spell the end of the line for retailers' coolant problems. Despite the much-touted early test successes of the new-generation hydrochlorofluorocarbon and hydrofluorocarbon gases, retailers involved in wider rollouts of the replacement coolants are still facing some challenges. The phaseout of CFCs is forcing retailers to pick and choose from among three main options: continue using CFCs ...

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