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Small cans of refrigerant have big impacts

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23-02-009January 2023
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Author(s) Janee Zakoren
Description In May 2021, Washington state passed House Bill 1050 expanding on the 2019 HFC restrictions. As of July 25, 2021, this law prohibits the sale and purchase of small cans of refrigerants and nonessential consumer products containing high-global warming potential refrigerants.
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Keywords refrigerants, greenhouse gas, greenhouse gases, greenhouse gas emissions, HFC, hydrofluorocarbons
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