Debate reignites over F-gas containment

A review of an influential Dutch study on the use of fluorinated gases in industrial and commercial refrigeration suggests that the effectiveness of measures to contain the gases may have been significantly overstated.1 The findings call into question the reliance on containment in draft EU legislation.

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