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Coca-Cola HFC-free Vending Machines in Berlin 

Coca-Cola HFC-free Vending Machines in Berlin 

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06/23/2005 
The Coca-Cola Company and its bottling partners have committed to using hydrofluorocarbon-free (HFC-free) technology for new vending machines. HFCs have been shown to affect the ozone layer. Coke and its bottling partners have about 10 million coolers and vending machines in place globally. HFC-free refrigeration equipment emits 99 percent fewer greenhouse gases. Over the life of the new equipment, the carbon emissions reduction will total more than 52 million metric tons. CO2 as a refrigerant is 1,420 times less damaging to the climate than typical HFCs, Coke said. 
Coca-Cola HFC-free Vending Machines in Berlin
23 June, 2005 
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Coca-Cola HFC-free Vending Machines in Berlin
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Coca-Cola HFC-free Vending Machines in Berlin
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