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Every Month Is ‘Movember’: A Mid-Season Health Safety Reminder Late last fall, two of the trade’s heavy hitters honored “Movember” by blogging about the reality that it isn’t always easy to bring manliness to work, even if the work is inherently dangerous and/or r

Believe In Your Equipment But Never Stop Improving It

Rentar Fuel Catalyst Proves Itself on Mass Transit Vehicles With Respect to Reducing Emissions of Opacity The Rentar’s capacity as a mass transit fuel saving device is recognized in North, Central and South America, Europe, the Middle East, Asia, Africa, Australia, and New Zealand. Equally as

New Greenhouse Gas Regs: Fuel Savings and New Technologies

The year 2021 is shaping up to be a pivotal year in the ongoing technological battle to improve fuel savings. In addition to being the year Ford and other major automakers have set to put new driverless vehicles on the road, it’s also going to see the formal debut of the federal greenhouse gas “

The Philosophy On How Pollution Is Affecting The Earth

Human Emissions Have Gone Up 25% Since Last 1998 El Niño We’ve always heard pollution is affecting the earth, but what exactly does this mean for our generation and the next to come? Most people get the basic argument of climate change – that the earth is warming because of increasing concentra

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 commi