The Environment Ministry has compiled a bill aimed at boosting the collection of chlorofluorocarbons used as coolants in business appliances, officials said Saturday.

The proposed revision to the 2001 law on CFC collection and disposal would require certification documents to be exchanged between companies that discard CFC-containing devices and the firms that collect them for disposal and those that mediate the transactions, the officials said.

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