Breathe easy: Honeywell and Recipharm join forces to 'speed up' production of climate-friendly inhalers

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Partnership aims to ramp up production of Honeywell's Solstice Air asthma inhalers which use 'near-zero' climate-warming gases HFAs

Multinational conglomerate Honeywell and pharmaceutical group Recipharm have joined forces in a bid to speed up the development of respiratory inhalers using more climate-friendly propellants, the two...

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