Which old household appliances are the most dangerous for the environment?

vacuum cleaners
refrigerators
washing machines
radios
During the early 1970s, two American chemists - M. Molina and S. Rowland - iden­ti­fied the the­o­ret­i­cal threat of ozone de­ple­tion by the release of chlo­roflu­o­ro­car­bons (used as a re­frig­er­a­tors coolan­t). Ini­tial­ly, the reaction was skep­ti­cal, but when in 1983 sci­en­tists dis­cov­ered ozone hole, the abstract threat suddenly became real.

Answers distribution

vacuum cleaners
refrigerators
washing machines
radios
answers
flagSpain
5%
89%
0%
5%
19
flagItaly
0%
90%
4%
4%
42
flagUkraine
0%
88%
5%
5%
18
flagthe Netherlands
2%
86%
7%
2%
38
flagNorway
0%
84%
6%
3%
32
flagMalaysia
3%
84%
3%
7%
26
flagGermany
0%
83%
4%
11%
130
flagthe United Kingdom
3%
81%
5%
7%
442
flagRepublic of Ireland
2%
81%
2%
13%
37
flagFrance
10%
80%
5%
5%
20
flagIndia
5%
78%
5%
7%
419
flagthe United Arab Emirates
4%
78%
8%
8%
23
flagPoland
2%
77%
5%
13%
12748
flagUnknown
2%
73%
6%
17%
545
flagAustralia
4%
67%
10%
12%
49
flagPakistan
10%
66%
6%
12%
48
flagthe United States
5%
64%
13%
13%
784
flagthe Philippines
11%
64%
5%
7%
51
flagNigeria
18%
59%
9%
9%
22
flagCanada
3%
57%
15%
19%
52

Gender

men80%
women79%
vacuum cleaners
2%
3%
refrigerators
80%
79%
washing machines
5%
4%
radios
12%
12%

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