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Help destroy the most potent greenhouse gases

Climate solutions for businesses of all sizes

Upholding your company’s climate commitments requires a complex portfolio of solutions. From monitoring operational emissions to supporting high-quality environmental initiatives, each piece must complement the others.

Tradewater is a mission-based environmental project development company that collects, controls, and destroys greenhouse gases (GHGs). This is one of the most impactful solutions to combat catastrophic climate change and offers industry leaders a range of impactful solutions for their businesses.

Ensure that your climate commitment makes the biggest impact possible – and ensure greenhouse gases get destroyed or recycled responsibly.

Solutions to Achieve Your Climate Goals

Identify and manage potent gases responsibly

We'll help you locate the climate-warming refrigerant gases that often go unnoticed in large-scale operations–from chillers, air conditioning, and refrigerated systems–then replace them with responsible alternatives.

Destroy GHGs with high-quality carbon offset credits

Our refrigerant destruction work is made possible through a positive reinvestment cycle: the purchase of our high-quality offsets allows us to fund more projects and expand this work around the world

Engage your supply chain in meaningful climate action

Our Carbon Neutral Collective is an asset for small to medium-sized organizations or contractors in your supply chain. When your partners can easily measure and manage their carbon footprints, your business can do more.

How it Works

Tradewater is an EPA-certified organization with the technical expertise to handle refrigerant safely and responsibly. Since 2016, Tradewater has prevented the equivalent of over 5.3 million tons of carbon dioxide from being released to the atmosphere.

We first aggregate the dangerous greenhouse gases we collect. Depending on the refrigerant type, we either destroy the gases through incineration or send them through a regulated recycling process.

This work results in high-quality offset credits. Our credits are verified in a two-step process: an independent third-party verification body reviews all the documentation associated with the project, then the project is submitted to a carbon offset registry.

By supporting this work, your company makes a positive, measurable impact on the environment. You can be sure that the gases will be destroyed and never leak into the atmosphere.

Identify and manage potent gases responsibly

Tradewater's Catalytic Coalition helps companies identify the refrigerants used within their facilities, specifically the CFCs and HCFCs that are potent greenhouse gases, and make sure that their climate commitments include responsible refrigerant management and end-of-life destruction. Learn more about the Catalytic Coalition our latest webinar (below).

Destroy GHGs with high-quality carbon offset credits

Carbon offset programs have grown in popularity over the past two decades. And while all carbon credits share certain defining characteristics, not all programs that develop those credits are created equal. Read our latest white paper to learn why Tradewater meets the latest commonly accepted standards for credits that are additional, accurate, permanent, and measurable.

Engage your supply chain in meaningful climate action ​

Tradewater's Carbon Neutral Collective is a group of small and medium sized businesses committed to reducing their carbon emissions and, together, building the collective impact needed to fight climate change. By offsetting through the program, companies in your supply chain can directly fund work by Tradewater’s project teams to destroy potent greenhouse gases that contribute to global warming.

Yes, I want to destroy potent refrigerants.

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Tradewater generates carbon offset credits by collecting and permanently destroying harmful greenhouse gases (GHGs) in the form of refrigerant gases through a safe, verifiable process. If not destroyed, these GHGs would eventually be released into the atmosphere.