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Founded in 2016, they have headquarters in the United States and Costa Rica and operate in 11 countries across the world. All their  work is measured and verified by third-party bodies, resulting in high-quality carbon offset credits.

Tradewater exists to improve the environment and create economic opportunity through the collection, control and destruction of refrigerants and halon fire suppressants that are potent non-CO2 greenhouse gases (GHGs). They also measure and plug abandoned and orphaned oil and gas wells that are leaking methane into the atmosphere. They have set themselves a goal to prevent the release of at least 3 million tons of CO2e to the atmosphere annually. This collective activity is essential work in the prevention of catastrophic climate change.

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Tradewater's projects

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Capping Methane Leaks

Capping methane emissions by finding and plugging leaking orphaned oil and gas wells.

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Greenhouse Gas Destruction

Collection and destruction of refrigerants and potent non-CO2 greenhouse gases (GHGs)


Tradewater's actions

All the actions from Tradewater's projects around the world