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SOx (upper line) trend is significantly different from last year as emissions from international shipping for Spain are this year included. This has made SOx trend more stable from 1990 to 2002 while increasing thereafter, reaching 1990 levels in 2007. Emissions decreased since 2007, reducing 1990 levels by 14% in 2010.
The recommended temperature for a refrigerator is between 1 – 4 °C
and for the freezer it should be set at -18 °C. Each degree below these temperatures makes no difference as to how well the food is preserved, but it does increase energy consumption by approximately five per cent. Place a thermometer in the refrigerator and the freezer to check the temperature!
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