WASHINGTON — A report released Tuesday identifies the availability of climate friendly technologies for the refrigeration sector in U.S. supermarkets that will allow the rapid phase-out of HFCs (hydrofluorocarbons), which are growing contributors to climate change. The report — "HFC-Free Technologies are Available in the U..S Market for the Supermarket-Retail Refrigeration Sector" — is the product of the nonprofit Environmental Investigation Agency, based in ...
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