At a Glance
The Grand Princess was set to be off the coast of Northern California for a few days, where it was scheduled to receive routine HVAC maintenance. With over 3,600 guests and crew onboard, eliminating disruptions was critical, as was avoiding idle time at the port, which can cost a fortune both in port fees and lost time at sea. Most importantly, Princess Cruises needed a solution that would conserve and protect the environment.
- Routine maintenance of a vessel’s HVAC system
- Avoid disruption to more than 3,600 guests and crew onboard
- Prevent any idle time at port for maintenance
Economic: Eliminated potential costs of a ship sitting idle in port; avoided disruption to guests and crew
Environmental: Safe recovery of R22 and R422D, preventing potential release of refrigerant to the atmosphere
Other: Reliable partner dedicated to customer-focused problem solving
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2,100 pounds of R22 recovered and reclaimed.
4,100 pounds of R422D recovered and reclaimed.
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