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iciHaiti - Environment : Fight against the import of refrigerants
13/09/2021 10:21:37

iciHaiti - Environment : Fight against the import of refrigerants
As part of the activities of the ozone fortnight, James Cadet, the Minister of the Environment through the National Ozone Office, (BNO) launched, on September 8, 2021, a 3-day training workshop for customs agents throughout the national territory.

This training focused on the harmonized system and the identification of refrigerants such as hydrochlorofluorocarbons (HCFCs) and chlorofluorocarbons (CFCs), intends to strengthen the control mechanisms put in place by the Ministry in ports and airports and national borders preventing the entry into the territory of substances destroying the Ozone Layer

It was Minister Cadet who officially closed this training, stressing in his speech that most of the man-made substances that affect the ozone layer are also powerful greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming. "Therefore, phasing out globally will also make an important contribution to the fight against climate change," concluding "This is our fight and the Ministry of the Environment will always stand alongside Customs."

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