Your Responsibility to Manage Refrigerants Goes Beyond Regulations — Learn This And More At Refrigerant Impact Live

September 26, 2018 / by Elizabeth Ortlieb

Elizabeth Ortlieb

You have a responsibility to manage refrigerants but that responsibility is not solely because of regulations.

Learn this and more at our Refrigerant Impact Live webinar happening LIVE on Youtube.


Tune in LIVE for our webinar TODAY, Sep. 27 on refrigerant management

Thursday, Sep. 27 at 1:00pm ET we're hosting a live webinar, where Ted Atwood, President of Trakref and refrigerant management expert, will talk about the responsibility to manage refrigerants. 

This is an official event of Climate Week NYC.

I invite you to tune in and check it out now ⬇️. 

Watch it live above.

For your convenience, I've added the live stream to this post 👍.

If you'd like to join the discussion, just go to the live feed directly on Youtube, and you'll see a chat box where you can enter your questions and comments. 


Your Responsibility to Manage Refrigerants Goes Beyond Regulations

What you'll find in our live webinar is that your responsibility to manage refrigerants isn't solely because of regulations.

There is overwhelming, and almost universal, momentum in managing refrigerants properly.

The fact of the matter is, the impact of refrigerants is immense both environmentally and operationally.

When you leak refrigerant, that leak emits carbon into the atmosphere, increases electricity usage, disrupts your operations, and wastes your dollars. 

We talk about this and more in the live webinar today. Hope you'll join us. Even if you can't make it to the live event, you can still sign up here to receive a recording of it. 

Join Refrigerant Impact live webinar

 We're going LIVE today on Youtube! 

As always, thanks for joining us here on the Trakref blog.

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Elizabeth Ortlieb

Written by Elizabeth Ortlieb

With an extensive background in public affairs and communications, Elizabeth serves as the Policy & Content Manager at Trakref, where she tracks HVAC/R policy trends and provides updates to multi-level stakeholders. Email the author at