By Rob Cockerill2007-10-10T15:25:19
Nigeria has received up to $28.1m over the past 6 years to help phase out the use of Ozone Depleting Substances (ODS), including replacing chlorofluorocarbon gases (CFC’s) with hydrofluorocarbon gases (HCFC’s), according to an official of the United Nations Development Programme.
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