By T.P. Nelson
This booklet describes substitute formulations and packaging ideas for the aid or removal of chlorofluorocarbon (CFC) use as an aerosol propellant. Use of CFCs in particular different types of aerosols thought of "nonessential" used to be banned by means of the U.S. in 1978. fresh renewed curiosity in extra lowering world wide construction and intake of CFCs, and different chemical substances implicated within the depletion of the earth's stratospheric ozone layer, is accountable for this research, which covers presently exempted and excluded CFC aerosol functions and their possible choices.
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