Do you have used, contaminated, or even burnt refrigerants that are bogging down your day to day operations? Refrigerant Services is here to help. We offer EPA certified recovery services for all size companies experiencing refrigerant management problems. We come to you for on-site recovery to take the hassle and stress out of the process. If you are looking to partner with a company that understands your industry call us today at 844-PURECFC (787-3232) to learn more.

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Turn your old refrigerant into income with our buy back program catered  to your specific needs.

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We will exchange your old cylinders with clean, DOT certified replacements brought right to you.

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2018 Refrigerant Services Clean Exchange Program

Scott Stanley - Saturday, September 29, 2018
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Clean Exchange Program

We would like to use this blog post to talk about the environment and how it relates to your business. We truly think that companies, whether small or large... Read more

2018 Michigan Refrigerant Services Clean Exchange Program

We would like to use this blog post to talk about the environment and how it relates to your business. We truly think that companies, whether small or large, have a duty to help take care of the environment. There are many ways to do this, but one of the simplest ways is to be careful with our refrigerants. Many industries have realized that refrigeration and air conditioning are vitally important in their day-to-day operations, and as such, have tons of unused, old, or empty refrigerant cylinders lying around.

Why is this important? In only 2 years the EPA is going to put into effect a complete phase out of some very popular old refrigerants—especially ones with a high GWP. It’s become crucial to clean up those older refrigerants in order to be compliant with EPA standards. Now, we understand that making sure your old refrigerants and refrigerant cylinders are cleaned up might be pretty low on your priority list for your business, but hear us out for a second. If you’ve got old refrigerants and refrigerant cylinders lying around, you could potentially have a veritable goldmine of revenue just sitting idle. Savvy business owners know that it’s critical to find revenue streams wherever you can and we think that we have a service that can help you do just that. Refrigerant Services LLC have a Clean Exchange program that could be just what the doctor ordered to prepare your business for the coming winter season. How? Let’s take a look at what the program can do for you.

Let’s put the old cylinders to good use

The idea behind our Clean Exchange Program is we take your old, dilapidated, or empty refrigerant cylinders and replace them with new, DOT-certified cylinders. Having damaged or useless cylinders lying around isn’t just a waste of space, but also a waste of money. We’ll even pay you for any old or expired refrigerants that we can recover from your cylinders, so you aren’t just getting new cylinders for almost free—you’ll even get a new source of income. Rest assured we’ll give you our most competitive rates for your expired or leftover refrigerant, which money that would otherwise have been unutilized, left rotting in storage.

An easy process from start to finish

Typically, commercial refrigerant companies would have you pack up and deliver the cylinders before any refrigerant is reclaimed and any replacements are dispensed to you. It sounds like a major chore, doesn’t it? We have a better idea: We won’t ask you or your workers to transport all those heavy cylinders—we’ll come and pick them up ourselves. Our team of specialists is ready to take care of the job from start to finish. Complete consolidation and on-site recovery are just a smarter way of doing things, so you and your employees can focus on actually operating your business.

Not only do we deal with all the standard size cylinders (30 lbs., 50 lbs., 100 lbs., 125 lbs., or 240 lbs.), we can provide you with containers to rent up to half a ton. Even if you’ve got a huge stock of old refrigerants and cylinders, we can match your needs – just let us know so we can be ready to take care of large orders.

Our highly-trained and EPA-certified technicians are ready to help not only get you the best deals for your old refrigerants, but also remove potentially harmful refrigerants from your workplace. We’d be happy to tell you more about what our Clean Exchange program has in store for you—all you have to do is pick up the phone and give us a call at 844-PURECFC (787-3232). If you don’t have time for a lengthy phone call to discuss how we can assist you, we also have an online contact form that you can fill out – we’ll get in touch with you at a more convenient time.

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What the Summer Heat Means for Refrigerants

Scott Stanley - Monday, August 20, 2018
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Summer and Refrigerants

This summer, it’s not just people that are going on vacation. Your HVAC system might be taking a break from working as well! Why? The summer heat is killer for... Read more

2018 Michigan Summer Refrigerant Services

This summer, it’s not just people that are going on vacation. Your HVAC system might be taking a break from working as well! Why? The summer heat is killer for refrigerants. All that refrigerants really do, when it gets down to it, is move heat around. Your commercial HVAC unit takes heat from your workplace and attempts to move it outside. But during the summer, that becomes more difficult—a refrigeration system relies on being able to release heat into the outside air. Your HVAC unit can’t dump that heat when the outside air is almost as hot as the heat being transported by your refrigerants!

What can happen in this case? Your HVAC system can lose efficiency and your refrigerants, the very things which transport that heat, won’t be able to go through the cycle of heating and cooling that allow them to do their job. Instead, they’ll stay hot for a majority of the time, hotter than they’re supposed to be. This can result in the HVAC system itself breaking down or leaching contaminants into the refrigerant, dirtying it and making it even more inefficient. This is especially dangerous for older refrigerants such as R-22, which are being phased out by 2020. So, what is our best course of action? How do we solve two problems at once—summer HVAC inefficiency and the refrigerant phase-out—while not breaking the bank? We think your best bets are refrigerant reclamation or recovery.


Reclamation is the reprocessing of used refrigerants to meet or exceed purity specifications and standards for new refrigerant gases. The reprocessing includes filtering, drying, distillation and other chemical procedures that remove impurities. After undergoing through all these extensively, the refrigerants can then be used for consumer or industrial applications.  Reclaimed refrigerants can also be resold. It is crucial that refrigerant reclamation only be performed by an EPA-certified refrigerant reclaimer. Along with reclamation services, we also offer extensive and detailed documentation in accordance with EPA regulations.


Under our buy-back program, we recover used, contaminated, or even burnt refrigerants and pay you for them. With this hassle-free program we give you several options: we either give you back good-as-new refrigerants, buy them from you, or exchange them for another EPA-approved type of refrigerant. When recovering your refrigerants, we make sure to squeeze every last bit of remaining refrigerant while removing contaminants which may still be present. This is our way of making sure that you get the highest value for your refrigerants.

Additionally, we work quickly and efficiently so that your daily business operations are not interrupted or hampered. To avoid accidents like leaks or unnecessary waste, we separate the refrigerant from the contaminants using cutting-edge technology to ensure that we extract the highest purity and volume possible.

Clean Exchange

Our clean exchange program enables you to swap your expired or otherwise useless refrigerant containers with clean, up-to-date and DOT certified cylinders. We handle all kinds of cylinders ranging from full to empty and we retrieve even those that have expired. Not only that, we pay you for every drop of refrigerant that we can recover from them. We are well-equipped to handle containers of all sizes starting from 30 pounds to as much as 125 pounds. Our operation takes care of everything from pickup, consolidation and delivery. On top of that, we offer complete and detailed EPA documentation for all clients.

This summer we think you should play it safe, especially when it comes to your refrigerants. Get in touch with us so we can discuss your options for refrigerant recovery and removal. Not only are all these procedures extremely technical, they also come with risks that only licensed, highly-trained professionals are prepared to deal with. In fact, it’s even illegal for non-authorized personnel to recover and dispose of R-22 refrigerants. Do you need a trusted, well-known refrigerant reclamation company to take care of all this for you? We’re here to help. If you want to learn more about our various programs, simply call us at 844-PURECFC (787-3232). You can also use our online contact form if you don’t have time for a lengthy phone call.

Refrigerant Services LLC are fully certified to handle and recycle your old refrigerants so you can be sure that you’re getting the best quality service and safety for your employees.

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