Sphera's solution helps you with your compliance refrigerant related activities including accurate usage, leak repairs, verification tests and disposal tracking.
We help you comply with a variety of regulations including Title VI, Clean Air Act, Toxic Release Inventory, California AB 32 and Federal Halocarbon Regulations (Canada).
You do not know how many HFC refrigeration systems you own and their full operating charge.
You cannot quantify the refrigerant used/leaked by HFC systems.
You cannot readily produce records for all refrigerant purchases, usage, disposal, and inventory on hand.
Your policies and procedures only reference CFCs and HCFCs, but not HFCs.
You do not have any written refrigerant policies or procedures and maintain records on paper or in spreadsheets.
With decades of experience in the refrigerant and HVAC industry, our experts have a thorough understanding of facility operations and compliance obligations, including major refrigerant equipment manufacturing and HVAC/R service contracting.
We help you track all of your refrigerant related activities so you can effectively comply with refrigerant recordkeeping requirements and corporate emissions reporting.
Identify compliance gaps and provide corrective action plans. Proactively gauge your refrigerant compliance status including EPA Title V & VI and develop a plan for R-22 phase-out and SNAP refrigerant transition due by 2020.
Maintain compliance with refresher training and keep updated on regulatory/industry changes. Re-establish refrigerant compliance initiatives in wake of reorganization or turnover.
Sphera offers proven methodologies, software, content and expertise for achieving MRO Supply Chain Excellence.
“Clark County Real Property Management utilized refrigerant usage reports from their refrigerant compliance management software to determine which air conditioning systems to prioritize for replacement. High refrigerant usage systems are being eliminated reduce operating costs - they have been found to be high energy users and require frequent repair.”
“Beale Air Force Base saved more than $30,000 in Freon recycling costs and has implemented new monitoring technologies for their refrigerant systems using more than 50 pounds of refrigerant, which has saved the base an additional $15,000 in operational costs.”
“Campbell’s Soup Company (Napoleon, Ohio) implemented an information management system implemented that enabled the company to reduce EPA inspection times from days to less than one hour at the 65-acre food manufacturing site.”