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Nestlé Continues To Replace Old Ice Cream Freezers With Eco-Friendly Models

November 27, 2013: 12:00 AM EST
As part of a commitment to use only environmentally friendly refrigerants, and phase out damaging hydrofluorocarbons, Nestlé announced that new commercial ice cream freezers in Europe would use only naturally occurring substances. Eco-friendly refrigerants include carbon dioxide, ammonia, water, air and hydrocarbons like propane and isobutane, none of which harm the ozone layer. The new ice cream freezers also reduce energy consumption by more than a third. The company has invested more than $264 million to replace synthetic refrigerants with natural alternatives in more than 92 percent of its industrial refrigeration systems.
"New Nestlé freezers to help tackle climate change", News release, Nestlé, November 27, 2013, © Nestlé
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