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Haler

A division of the Czech koruna equal in value to 1/100 of one koruna.
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Developed nations have enough halon 1301 which is used in cargo bay and engine fire--fighting equipment--to last some 25 years, by which time a replacement should be available, explains John O'Sullivan, a member of the UNEP Halons Technical Options Committee and fire representative for the International Air Transport Association in Montreal.
The case study offers eight examples to show developing countries how other countries and organizations have approached halon management.
This protocol originally froze Halon production at 1986 levels in 1992, called for a 50 percent reduction by 1995, and required a complete phaseout by 2000.
4682-4T(e)(2) is still 400 pounds, but only ODCs used in the manufacture of rigid foam insulation and halons are taken into account.
Since 1987, the National Oceanic and Atmospheric Administration (NOAA) has measured halon levels in the lower atmosphere by collecting air samples every one to two months in Alaska, Colorado, Hawaii, and American Samoa.
Halon extinguishers have another very serious drawback.
is a replacement fire suppression agent for ozone- depleting Halon 1301.
The protocol also freezes but does not reduce the consumption of halons, a more destructive but less prevalent class of chlorine chemicals.
Officials of Atlas-Agrimex have advised us that historic Hungarian use of Halon 1211 has approximated 100 metric tons per year, and that a steady state requirement for Halotron I in the Hungarian market can be expected at a level of about 50 percent of historic Halon 1211 usage.
Halons have been identified as major causes of stratospheric ozone depletion.
317 lists Halon 1211 in specific 500-pound truck capacities requirements.
Adopted in 1987, this agreement requires countries to halve their production and use of CFCs by 1999 and to freeze use of halons at 1986 levels.