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
What the Mining, Construction and Excavation World Is Doing to Better the Environment
With respect to greenhouse gases, carbon dioxide (40 billion tons in 2014 alone) is the pollutant we produce the most of each year. That sum was a 0.7 percent increase from 2013. Yet in 2015, there was no increase in the amount of carbon dioxide released into the air and only a small rise of [&helli
Which Fossil Fuel Pollutes the Least?
Asking which fossil fuel pollutes the least is a loaded question. It can be answered in several ways. The reason there are a variety of answers is that are different means of measuring fossil fuel emissions. Emissions per unit of volume — gallon, liter, cubic foot or meter? Which pollutes less per
Do Diesel Engines Pollute More than Petrol Engines? Why or Why Not?
Irrelevant factoids cloud the question, “do diesel engines pollute more than petrol engines?” Gasoline engine manufacturers and oil refining companies would like to have you believe so, but it does not. Simply, the answer is, no, diesel engines do not pollute more than petrol engines. In fact,
Carbon Dioxide Emissions by Country: Who Produces the Most CO2?
In 2017, carbon dioxide around the world hit record highs. According to the International Energy Agency, “Global energy-related carbon emissions rose to a historic high of 32.5 gigatons last year, after three years of being flat, due to higher energy demand and the slowing of energy efficiency imp
Pros and Cons of Alternative Fuels and Why the Boom and Bust
Half a decade ago and more, bio and alternative fuels were taking over a noticeable share of the energy sector. Marketed as “clean alternatives” to fossil fuel, the bio, and alternative fuel market was praised by environmental groups, subsidized by both domestic governments and the international
What Everyone Ought To Learn About Heavy Duty Off Road Robotics
Automated Equipment, Operator Extinction and the End of Biological Environment? Just about every blue-collar worker wonders if their children — should their children decide to lead the same lives their parents led — will lose their capacity to work because of automated equipment. Not all of them
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
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