If business schools are teaching about environmental economics, they should study the case histories of coolers, chillers, and other refrigeration technologies. And not just the equipment that sits on building roofs or next to food storage facilities. A central part of the equation is refrigerant gases.
Few know this better than one of the leading companies in the refrigerants business—Hudson Technologies, based in Pearl River, New York, with operating facilities throughout the U.S. and Puerto Rico. The company’s founder, CEO and Chairman of the Board Kevin Zugibe, has been addressing environmental concerns with refrigerants since the late 1980s, when the words “ozone hole” first entered the public discourse.
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