Why Refrigerant Destruction is the Best Option When it Comes to Refrigerants` End of Life - Video
Destroy all used Refrigerants? Absolutely. Watch Trakref Founder & CEO, Ted Atwood, explain that many older buildings have antiquated refrigeration systems still providing cooling for food, research, or people. However, some of these systems were installed in the 90’s - or earlier - and may contain harmful CFCs. Although your systems may still function, they are very likely leaking right now. Refrigerants are considered Short Lived Climate Pollutants (SLCP’s). They have a significant Climate Change impact. Yes, recycling these gasses is one solution. But as evidence will show it is not the only option when dealing with refrigerants at the end of their life. Recycling unintentionally sends these back into use which will ultimately lead to 100% emissions into our atmosphere. The goal is to identify your inventories of CFCs, and here we will talk about some options at the end of life that will provide a greater benefit than just getting the most money get them donated to Rotary where they are committed to destroying the harmful gases at the molecular level, so they never end up vented into the atmosphere to do more harm. Consider that when Rotary got involved with solving Polio, its goal was and is to eradicate polio worldwide. Rotarian volunteers administered their initial drops of oral polio vaccine to children at a health center in Guadalupe Viejo, Makati, Philippines. The date was September29, 1979. Over the following decades, with commitment and work by Rotary and others, more than 2.5 billion children have received the oral polio vaccine. Now, in partnership with Rotary, Trakref is working to destroy all used refrigerants worldwide. But this time we don’t have decades. We don’t even have one.
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