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Analysis of Costs to Abate International Ozone-Depleting Substance Substitute Emissions.
Celebrate the Montreal Protocol, 20th anniversary, 1987/2007.
Environmental effects of ozone depletion : 1991 update : panel report pursuant to article 6 of the Montreal Protocol on Substances that Deplete the Ozone Layer /
Federal Register Volume 56, No. 44, Wednesday, March 6, 1991. Rules and Regulations. 40 CFR Part 82. Protection of Stratospheric Ozone.
Introduction to EPA's Design for the Environment Program
Proceedings of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency workshop on integrating case studies carried out under the Montreal protocol.
Report of EPA efforts to replace freon for the determination of oil and grease and total petroleum hydrocarbons : phase II.
Report on the Supply and Demand of CFC-12 in the United States, 1999.
Scientific assessment of ozone depletion: 1991.
Simulation of Nonazeotropic Refrigerant Mixtures for Use in a Dual-Circuit Refrigerator/Freezer with Countercurrent Heat Exchanges.
Stratospheric Ozone Protection: An EPA Engineering Perspective.
Technologies for CFC (Chlorofluorocarbons)/Halon Destruction.
U.S. Phaseout of HCFCS: Projected Servicing Needs in the U.S. Air-Conditioning and Refrigeration Sector.
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