Coca Cola to narrowly miss HFC-free global refrigeration target

The Soft drinks giant will miss its target, set in 2009 for including natural refrigerants in all new equipment globally by 4 per cent,

Coca Cola will narrowly fail to reach its ambitious target of only using natural refrigerants – primarily carbon dioxide, but also hydrocarbons – in all its new vending machines globally by 2015. The manufacturer’s sustainable refrigeration manager Antoine Azar told the audience at the Atmosphere conference in Brussels that there remained a 4 per cent ‘technology gap’ in the smallest vending machine sizes.

The drinks giant now has 1.4 million HFC-free vending machines, a 20 per cent rise over the previous year, Mr Azar said, with 78 per cent of models performing more efficiently than HFC units,

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