Vans are more valuable to many of us than cars – they carry tools, stock and us as workers to and from work. So how do you protect this valuable resource? Here are some quick ideas.
So why does virtually every new automobile sold have exhaust manifolds? Because they are cheap to produce, and easy to install. Real cheap. Real easy.
Our current engines are so inefficient that we literally burn our cash. The EPA would have a heart attack if you got rid of your catalytic converter, and for a good reason. A large amount of our fuel is unused. Without a catalytic converter you’d be pouring gas onto the street right out of your muffler. The catalytic converter cooks all the unused fuel to improve emissions. Here’s how HHO nips that in the bud. The more efficient combustion while using HHO means less unused fuel. So much less that you don’t need your catalytic converter, and your HHO emissions turn into water. This alone improves MPG and cleans emissions, but this isn’t the only benefit it gets better.
The use of hydrogen as fuel can be considered a good option as it cost effective as well as environment friendly. With hydrogen, the main problem is safety. The problem of safety can be solved with the help special storage methods. The hydrogen gas can be stored as hydrides. These are materials, which can soak up hydrogen like a mop soaks up water. A tank is first filled with hydride granules and then hydrogen gas is compressed into the tank. This has numerous advantages as the density of the hydrogen is much more and the hydrogen gets chemically bonded with the hydrides, which is very stable. Hydrogen in this form is so stable that it does not get released even if the tank is open and does not catch fire even if a bullet is fired at the tank. Carrying it is also easy and simple.
Each one of these products must be separated into different containers in order to be picked up by the catalytic converter recycling companies or before being taken to a recycling plant.
Compost bowl. A retired coloured aluminium serving bowl from the 1960s for any other organic waste generated in the kitchen (eggshells, orange peel, nutshells, coffee grounds, tea bags, plum stones). Lives on the top of the kitchen bench to remind me to empty it frequently, as well as being handy.
Start today by having three different recycling bins at home and labeling them each into paper, plastics and glass. Important thing to note is that remember to sort out all your unwanted waste materials into the different category before throwing them into the respective bin. After that, just get to the nearest recycling bin to dispose them accordingly.
Lowers emissions dramatically! So clean you almost don’t need the catalytic converter (which makes it continue longer- saving you replacement costs). The by-product of using HHO chatter is WATER!