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    EOS Climate Expands Refrigerant Distribution With DuPont

    DuPont distributors gain access to Refrigerant Asset System

    EOS Climate, a San Francisco-based firm that provides best practice solutions for using refrigerants, will provide the DuPont refrigerant distributor network access to its Refrigerant Asset System, which it launched last November. Through this collaboration, EOS offers its customers access to a refrigerant distribution network that is integrated into its tracking system. In addition, EOS Climate has named the DuPont distributor network as its preferred refrigerant distributors.

    The Refrigerant Asset System distributes software and systems on top of the existing refrigerant supply chain to make it more efficient, enabling refrigerant users to track every pound of refrigerant from purchase through to its recovery and reclamation and its eventual end-of-life.

    "DuPont provides our customers access to an extensive, reliable refrigerant distributor network," said Matt Jones, EOS Climate's CEO. "The integration of this distributor network into our Refrigerant Asset System allows our customers to track refrigerant from the point-of-purchase for the first time."

    EOS Climate successfully piloted the program with DuPont and Barsco, a DuPont refrigerant distributor in Texas, which serves commercial refrigeration and HVAC mechanical contractors. "DuPont [is] offering this innovative system to our distribution network as an enhancement to our reclaim program," said Deb Goodge, refrigerants reclaim manager at DuPont. "Our joint effort with EOS facilitates the responsible handling of all refrigerants through the value chain for both economic and environmental benefit."

    EOS Climate's mission is to help customers maximize the useful life of their refrigerants while ensuring those refrigerants never end up in the atmosphere. In treating refrigerants as assets, EOS creates financial value for refrigerant end-users, while helping the environment, according to the company.

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