EPA nominee to get tough questions about why she approved new car air-conditioning refrigerant that caused ENGINE FIRES in Mercedes-Benz tests

“Gina McCarthy, who faces a hearing Thursday morning on her fitness to serve as EPA administrator, was primarily responsible for EPA’s promotion of an automotive air conditioning refrigerant that caused engine fires in Mercedes Benz testing, MailOnline can report.”

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  1. Even better. After your car catches fire the fumes eat your face off.

    HF is nasty, standard kit for being near gaseous HF is a fully sealed chemical suit and independent air supply. Really not a chemical you want coming out from under your car bonnet.

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