An interim report of technical options to reduce chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) emissions. Eight separate chapters describe tentative findings regarding CFC emissions reduction in eight broad product areas. Emissions reducing strategies include control technologies, work practices, chemical substitutes, and product substitutes, and the product areas covered consist of rigid foams, specialty uses, solvents, flexible foams, refrigeration, air conditioning, distribution systems, and chemical intermediates. The purpose of the Note is to elicit industry comment on data and tentative findings.
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