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Ozone-Depleting Substances in the Honduras

Central America and the Caribbean Consumption (ODP tonnes in 2013)

Guatemala is the top country by the consumption of the ozone-depleting substances among 20 countries. As of 2013, the consumption of the ozone-depleting substances in Guatemala was 251.3 ODP tonnes that accounts for 60.25% of total the consumption of the ozone-depleting substances. The top 5 countries (others are Trinidad and Tobago, Dominican Republic, Panama, and Honduras) account for 87.72% of it. The total the consumption of the ozone-depleting substances was estimated at 417.1 ODP tonnes in 2013.

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Guatemala 251.3 UNSD
Trinidad and Tobago 39.5 UNSD
Dominican Republic 34.8 UNSD
Panama 21.4 UNSD
Honduras 18.9 UNSD
Costa Rica 12.6 UNSD
Cuba 12.2 UNSD
El Salvador 8.1 UNSD
Jamaica 3.6 UNSD
Nicaragua 3.6 UNSD
Bahamas 2.7 UNSD
Belize 2.4 UNSD
Barbados 2.3 UNSD
Haiti 2 UNSD
Saint Lucia 0.6 UNSD
Grenada 0.3 UNSD
Saint Kitts and Nevis 0.3 UNSD
Antigua and Barbuda 0.2 UNSD
Saint Vincent and the Grenadines 0.2 UNSD
Dominica 0.1 UNSD
Air Pollution (ODP tonnes in 2013)
Consumption 18.9 UNSD
Greenhouse Gases Emissions 12 timeseries
Ozone-Depleting Substances Consumption 1 timeseries
Air Pollution Ozone-Depleting Substances Consumption (ODP Metric Tons)
HCFC 18.94 in 2013 UNEP
CFC 0 in 2012 UNEP
Methyl Bromide 0 in 2013 UNEP

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