This Halon Blog has been created to create awareness of the fire suppression industry, the carbon market, industry trends, news, Wesco happenings, and providing information to spur conversation, debate, and inquiry about anything that you deem fit. If you have an opinion, we want to hear from you!

Please visit our website : www.ushalonbank.com

WESCO – a name synonymous with responsible halon management and banking, has met the continuing needs of more companies in more different industries than any other halon banking company. Our business is worldwide in scope and is counted on by the largest and most demanding companies and organizations in the aerospace, defense, petrochemical, marine, and fire protection industries. Our products and services cover the full range of halon recovery, reclamation and recycling activities, including recycling to international quality standards, system recharging and servicing (on site if necessary), and long term halon bank management. We also buy and sell halon 1301, halon 1211, HFC-227ea (FM-200), FE-13, FE-36, and Halotron!*

We are committed to responsible halon management and strictly comply with the Voluntary Code of Practice established by the Halon Recycling Corporation as well as the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s Guidance for the EPA Halon Emission Reduction Rule (40 CFR, Part 82, Subpart H). And since we conduct business in many different countries around the world, we are familiar with, and strictly adhere to, host-country and international regulations.

When reliability, service, and professionalism matter, call Wesco Halon Management & Banking!


Please visit our website : www.ushalonbank.com

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