Government Regulations On Climate Change

As average temperatures increase and sea levels rise around the world, government and industry have created new standards, rules and regulations for coping with climate change. In December 2015, 195 nations adopted the Paris Agreement, the first-ever universally binding global climate deal. It commits nations across several continents to impose new regulations, taxes and other types of rules and laws to control and curb fossil fuel emissions.  In the United States, the Environmental Protection Agency (EPA) in 2015 set a national goal of cutting smog- and soot-forming emissions that threaten public health by 20 percent.

The reality is that your business is going to be faced with a myriad of legal and technological challenges in consuming fuel over the next few decades. The never-ending quest for greener, cleaner technology that sends fewer emissions into the environment is going to impact your bottom line for many years to come. And whether the cost of oil is rising or falling, it is a major item in your budget.

That’s where we come in. The Rentar Fuel Catalyst can work in any conditions and with virtually any commercial fuel used around the world on land and sea. It is easily installed, and doesn’t void the manufacturer’s warranty on any vehicle.

The numbers – culled from independent research and customer testimonials over more than a decade – speak for themselves:

  • Fuel Savings: Highway vehicles typically see a 2% to 5% reduction in fuel consumption while off-road trucks, wheel loaders and graders can save as much as 7%. Trains have saved up to 8%, meanwhile, ocean going ships have seen a typical fuel load stretched by as much as 10%. Stationary power generators using the Rentar Fuel Catalyst have seen fuel consumption reduced by as much as 8% while Furnaces and Boilers have seen savings between 7% and an astounding 30%.
  • Emission Reductions: As fuel is burned more thoroughly with the Rentar Fuel Catalyst, harmful emissions into the environment are reduced dramatically. Particulate matter (PM) has been more than cut in half (58.2%), according to independent analysis. Nitrous Oxide (NOx) has been cut by 19.2% while Opacity (black smoke) is cut by up to 44.8%. Volatile Organics are slashed by 63% and Organic and Elemental Carbon by up to 35%.  Overall, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst reduces Co2 by roughly the same amount as a typical fuel savings.
  • Engine Life: As fuel is burned more efficiently, there’s less unburned fuel emitted into the air and less carbon buildup in your engine. By preventing soot or carbon buildup in your fleet of engines, the Rentar Fuel Catalyst extends their life by up to 20%.
  • It’s not just the engine life that is enhanced. It’s also the health of your employees and everyone who comes into contact with the emissions your engines release. For every 100 gallons of diesel fuel not burned by your engines thanks to the Rentar Fuel Catalyst, 1 metric ton of CO2 is not released into the atmosphere.

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    The device really works and it is attractive to investors too.
    Manny G.

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