New Brand, Market for On-Site Refrigerant Svcs

February 2, 2001
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FORT WORTH, TX — Environmental Technologies Corp. (EVTC) has rebranded its on-site services, which will now be known as Full Circle’s Nth DegreeSM.

The company said that the new brand is part of Full Circle’s con-tinuing enhancement and integration of Refrigerant Management Services, Inc., the on-site refrigerant services group acquired by EVTC in May of 2000.

Full Circle said it will continue to expand its team of EPA-certified recovery technicians and fleet of customized trucks, and provide on-site refrigerant recovery, testing, and distribution services.

Full Circle also announced that Atlanta, GA, will be the 11th market served by the company. Nth Degree refrigerant services are currently provided in Houston and Dallas/Fort Worth, TX; Sacramento, Los Angeles, San Diego, and San Francisco, CA; Grand Rapids and Lansing, MI; Phoenix and Tucson, AZ; and Chicago, IL. The company said it plans to have complete nationwide coverage by the end of 2001.

In the on-site service, an EPA-certified recovery technician(s) makes on-site visits in a medium-duty truck that the company calls “a refrigerant lab on wheels.” The trucks are sent on predetermined routes or are available for “on-call” situations in each market served, the company says.

For more information, call 800-968-7247 or visit (website).

Publication date: 02/05/2001

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