The Ozone Layer Will Love These Refrigerators
A thermos bottle the size of a refrigerator? That's pretty much what Owens-Corning Fiberglas Corp. has developed to help makers of refrigerators and freezers comply with federal requirements to trim energy consumption and eliminate chlorofluorocarbons by 1995. CFCs are used to blow bubbles in the plastic foam that insulates most fridges.
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