02 May '11, 6am

GE Cuts Factories GHG Emissions 80% by Switching to Cyclopentane

GE could see a significant reduction of the GHG emissions it produces by converting other U.S. refrigeration manufacturing facilities to cyclopentane. GE plans to convert the refrigeration insulating manufacturing process at its side-by-side Center of Excellence in Bloomington, Ind., and its bottom-freezer refrigerator Center of Excellence in Louisville, Ky., to cyclopentane by 2014.

Full article: http://www.environmentalleader.com/2011/05/02/ge-cuts-fac...

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