A climate solution that you can be a part of

Do you have refrigerant gas?

A positive cycle of contribution to our planet

Our business model is based on a positive cycle in which we create economic value from the destruction of potent and harmful refrigerant gases, and invest the proceeds into new projects to find, collect, and destroy more gases. If you want to contribute to the cycle and have refrigerant gas for us to manage, click here, or you can learn more about the carbon credits we produce by clicking here.

Positive Cycle

Our Impact

We find and destroy some of the most potent greenhouse gases before they are released into the atmosphere, avoiding tons of greenhouse gas emissions, measured in carbon dioxide equivalent (CO2e), every year. That’s why Project Drawdown ranks refrigerant disposal as the number one approach to fight accelerated global warming.

Join the Effort

Our goal is to destroy some of the most potent greenhouse gases before they are released into the atmosphere. Help us fight global warming and ozone depletion by being a part of a climate solution that will ensure a healthy environment for generations to come.

Make an Impact

We Acquire your Refrigerant Gas

If you own or possess different types of refrigerant gases, such as CFC or recovered R22, we want to make you an offer! Follow the link below for quick and easy steps to get an offer.

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See where we are

Tradewater’s mission is to improve our environment and create economic opportunity by collecting, controlling, and destroying potent, high-impact greenhouse gases. If you want to know the impact we’ve had in countries like Ghana, Honduras, and the Dominican Republic,

Our projects

With sustainable development goals in mind, Tradewater has committed itself to helping improve the planet through the destruction of environmentally harmful refrigerant gases. From the Dominican Republic to Ghana, see where Tradewater’s projects have impacted communities around the globe.

Providing the missing piece in Dominican Republic

Status: Complete

tCO2e avoided: 23,656.86


In 2020, as part of our efforts toward helping the environment, Tradewater International developed a project in Dominican Republic.

Eliminating CFC Stockpiles in Ghana

Status: Complete

tCO2e avoided: 150,000


In 2017, Tradewater developed the first refrigerant collection and destruction project in Africa.

News and events

Tradewater’s approach to fighting back against climate change has been featured in publications such as National Geographic, BBC, and other global media outlets. To learn more about why our work is considered a vital climate solution visit our media page and discover the articles, podcasts, and global events we’re highlighted in.

Tradewater at South Africa’s Green Building Convention, 2021


Tradewater held a virtual booth at 2021’s Green Building Convention, in South Africa.

Side Event on MOP33 hosted by Tradewater


Tradewater hosted a Side Event on the Thirty-Third Meeting of the Parties (MOP) of the Montreal Protocol.

BBC Books’ “39 Ways to Save the Planet” by Tom Heap (2021) Launch


Tradewater’s work is being featured on BBC Books’ “39 Ways to Save the Planet”, by Tom Heap.

“Ways to save the planet: Fridge detectives”, BBC (2021)


If you want to know why they call us the “Fridge detectives”, listen to this episode of “People fixing the world” podcast.

“Why Refrigerators Are So Hard To Recycle”, Business Insider (2021)


If you want to learn more about the importance of refrigerant management and what Tradewater’s doing worldwide to help the environment, watch the video, we’re sure you’ll enjoy it!

Tradewater at “Refriaméricas” event


This event, dedicated to the air conditioning and refrigeration industry, was held on November 10th and 11th, in Costa Rica.

“The best climate solution you’ve never heard of”, BBC (2021)


BBC’s Tom Heap calls us “The Chill Hunters” in an episode of his podcast. Listen to it to find out why.

“Sell Me Your Climate Bombs”, Planet Money (2020)


Find out what we do to stop climate bombs from exploding on this episode of the “Planet Money” podcast.

“One overlooked way to fight climate change? Dispose of old CFCs”, NatGeo (2019)


National Geographic explores Tradewater’s first international project in Ghana in this article.

Tradewater’s Overview by Giving Green


Giving Green gave us their stamp of approval. If you want to know what that means visit the article.