Greenhouse gases replace halons in fire extinguishers

Fluorocarbons are gaining a strong grip on the fire extinguishing market as replacements for ozone-depleting halons - even though alternatives with much lower global warming impacts are available. The trend calls into question a recent voluntary agreement in which the fire-fighting industry pledged to limit its use of greenhouse gases.

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