Squeeze on ozone depleters for essential uses

The quantity of ozone-depleting CFCs and carbon tetrachloride allowed to be consumed in "essential" uses in 1996 within the EC has been cut by a quarter from this year's quota. The squeeze may be felt by UK pharmaceutical companies, which were allocated over half of the EC's total consumption in essential uses for 1995.

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