In 2004, Argentina issued "Resolución 953/2004 - Sustancias que agotan la capa de ozono" or Resolution 953/2004 - Ozone Depleting Substances. This resolution established regulations for the import, export, production, and consumption of ozone-depleting substances in Argentina. It also established requirements for the safe handling, storage, and disposal of these substances, as well as the training and certification of individuals involved in their use. The aim of the resolution was to reduce the consumption and production of ozone-depleting substances in Argentina and to promote the use of alternatives that are less harmful to the environment. This was in line with Argentina's commitment to the Montreal Protocol, an international agreement aimed at protecting the ozone layer. Under this resolution. companies have specific obligations related to the import, export, production, and consumption of ozone-depleting substances, including: (1) Obtaining the necessary permits and licenses for the import, export, and production of ozone-depleting substances; (2) Keeping records and documentation related to the use, storage, and disposal of these substances; (3) Ensuring that their handling and disposal of these substances comply with the legal requirements and do not pose a risk to the environment or public health; (4) Providing training to their employees who handle these substances. Reporting their import, export, and production of these substances to the appropriate regulatory authorities as required by law. Overall, the aim of these obligations is to promote the safe and responsible use of ozone-depleting substances in Argentina, while minimizing the risks to human health and the environment.