How air conditioning law affects GPs

The battle to save the ozone layer means surgeries must comply with EC law. By Andrew Cooper

by Andrew Cooper
Scientists believe artificial refrigerants, as used in some air conditioning units, contribute to global warming and European legislation has been passed to reduce this effect (Photograph: Istock)
Scientists believe artificial refrigerants, as used in some air conditioning units, contribute to global warming and European legislation has been passed to reduce this effect (Photograph: Istock)

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