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Nigerian Govt To Stop Used Refrigerators, Air Conditioners In 2023 

Nigerian Govt To Stop Used Refrigerators, Air Conditioners In 2023

Nigerian Government will, from January 1, 2023, stop all substances that are not ozone-friendly in line with the Montreal Protocol Agreement of which Nigeria is a signatory.

These substances include used refrigerators, air conditioners, generators, water dispensers, and photocopiers. BLUEPRINTS reports.

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Speaking with journalists at a stakeholders’ workshop for the validation of the Draft National Cooling Plan in Abuja on Wednesday, the Programme Manager, Environment Unit of United Nations Development Programme (UNDP), Oladipo Supo, said that Nigeria has delayed in implementing the agreement because it has not been able to get alternatives for the substances that are ozone-friendly. Information Guide Nigeria

“Under the Montreal Protocol Agreement, the idea is that some of these ozone-depleting substances are actually eliminated from use. We started with HCFCs and now we will replace with HFCs which is where we are today”. jamb results

“Nigeria has committed itself because it is part of the signatory. We are looking at January 1, 2023, when some of these substances will not be allowed into the country anymore. Before that time what the Federal Ministry of Environment is trying to do is to make sure that the alternatives are available because you cannot ban something when you don’t have alternatives”.

“In the refrigerating sector, we only have technicians. The people that actually use them are technicians on the street. You remember, sometime ago, some air conditioners blew up in Ogun State. It was because of all these contaminated things and recycled ACs that are not supposed to be in circulation,” he said.

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