Rapid Recovery Opens New Branch

November 16, 2009
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PEORIA, Ariz. - Rapid Recovery, a refrigerant recovery company servicing the continental United States, announced a new service location based in Augusta, Ga. The company will be opening their twelfth service location, the fifth new location of 2009.

According to Rapid Recovery, their unique business model will give Georgia and South Carolina HVACR and demolition companies a new alternative for dealing with the refrigerant that is part of their work.

“Contractors will now have an opportunity to utilize a true service company in regard to their refrigerant recovery needs,” said Les Rhynard of Rapid Recovery. “The service model touted by Rapid Recovery is centered around knowledgeable, professional, and uniformed personnel capable of safely and responsibly recovering refrigerant from systems and cylinders located at jobsites or contractors’ shops.”

The company documents each recovery and provides this information to its customer at the end of each year or upon request. This documentation portfolio contains all the information required to be in compliance with the Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA’s) Stratospheric Protection Division. Chet and Lizy Frady are the new owners of the Augusta – Columbia territory.

With this being the fifth new territory to open in 2009, Rapid Recovery is still hopeful to open several more by the end of the year.

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Publication date: 11/16/2009

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