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 Title Training Resource Kit: Preparing Small Businesses for the Transition Away from CFCs in Refrigeration and Air Conditioning / A support guide for National Ozone Units (NOUs) and their Local Partners in Developing Countries
 Author ICF Consulting
 ISBN ISBN 92-807-2602-1
 Pages 105
 Language English
 Publication date 01/09/2005
 Publication type Training material
 Sector Refrigeration
 Online version English (4482-e-smekit.pdf)
French (4482-f-smekit.pdf)
Russian (4482-r-smekit.pdf)
Spanish (4482-s-smekit.pdf)
 Description This kit is designed to facilitate the National Ozone Unitís (NOU) efforts to reach Small and Medium-sized Enterprises (SMEs) often missed through formal training methods/courses and deliver key messages and guidance to help avoid phase-out difficulties. The guidance and materials in this kit are a hybrid between outreach and basic training materials. This kit instructs the NOU to utilize local partners, such as local chemical and equipment suppliers, to reach SMEs.
 
   
   
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Name
United Nations Environment Programme (UNEP) Division of Technology, Industry & Economics (DTIE) OzonAction Programme
Address 39-43 Quai Andrť CitroŽn, Tour Mirabeau, 75739, Paris Cedex 15
Country
France
Telephone
33 1 44 37 14 50
Fax
33 1 44 37 14 74
Email ozonaction@unep.fr
Web http://www.unep.fr/ozonaction
   

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