HFC-134a in Cars - Can it make you Crash?
1 at ns.sympatico.ca
Tue Oct 14 09:52:54 EST 1997
Hugh Easton wrote:
> On 1 Oct 1997 20:56:53 +1000, ian at ilm.mech.unsw.edu.au (Ian
> Maclaine-cross) wrote:
> (comments about recent research indicating that HFC-134a and related
> refridgerants are highly toxic)
> Aren't chemicals like this supposed to be tested on animals before
> being licenced for use in situations where people might be exposed to
> them? It sounds like Dupont and the EPA have perpetrated a massive
> fraud, banning the use of cheap, nontoxic, and environmentally
> friendly hydrocarbons in favour of these noxious poisons.
> Hugh Easton
Oh for G-sake! Gasoline is 'highly' toxic.
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