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HVAC/R and refrigerant management is more complex than ever. From popular refrigerants being phased out to new recommended management strategies due to COVID-19, you can no longer afford to overlook your HVAC—from an environmental, health, safety, and economic perspective.
HVAC and refrigerant management is at the forefront of ensuring a safe indoor air environment and building occupant well-being and safety.
Not to mention, there is a very strong likelihood that most of the refrigerant in use at your building portfolio will be vented—that is, not properly handled and disposed of at its end of life.
This unnecessary waste not only negatively impacts your bottom line but also contributes to the global climate challenge.
In addition to refrigerant leak rates already being excessive, the use of refrigeration and air-conditioning equipment around the world is rapidly increasing, and, as a result, so is the use of HFC refrigerants, which are considered super pollutants.
Thus, various public and private controls are being utilized to manage refrigerants, and, we, the refrigerant geeks here at Trakref, have built these requirements into our revolutionary refrigerant management software.
If you have questions about the best way to enhance your HVAC/R and refrigerant management program at your building portfolio, we recommend scheduling a free 15-minute consultation today with one of our refrigerant geeks.
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