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National Geographic Article: Waste Recycling Company in Ghana Disposes of Old Refrigerants, Helps Battle Climate Change, and Draws a Profit

When a waste recycling company in Accra, Ghana happened upon a bunch of unopened canisters of refrigerant containing CFC-12, an extremely potent greenhouse gas, they not only figured out a way for how to safely dispose of them, they also managed to sell carbon credits generated from the avoided emissions of this greenhouse gas on the voluntary carbon market.

Story in National Geographic.

 

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