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  • #16
    Re: Old hvac units

    In this particular case it was just the coil being replaced, so no freon to be disposed of.
    I've honestly never even seen a freon log book. I just pump them down into my recovery jug and drop it off at the supply house when it hits 80%, costs me 20 bucks and no questions ever get asked. Our area is a little backwards.
    No, it's not rocket science, it's plumbing and unlike rocket science it requires a license.

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    • #17
      Re: Old hvac units

      Originally posted by MoJourneyman View Post
      In this particular case it was just the coil being replaced, so no freon to be disposed of.
      I've honestly never even seen a freon log book. I just pump them down into my recovery jug and drop it off at the supply house when it hits 80%, costs me 20 bucks and no questions ever get asked. Our area is a little backwards.
      I'm getting $.20 a lb. for recovered refrigerant. better than the other supplier I used to take it to.They charged a $50 handling fee, plus deposit on a 125lb cylinder. Had to transfer my refrigerant from 30&50 lb cylinders to their 125's.

      James

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