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Transportation Overview

Carbon Emission Reduction Technology and Product we offer provides a competitive and cost-effective solution. Not only does it reduce the amount of fuel consumed, saving money: the reduced amount of fuel directly impacts emission levels. The results show that the product has the ability to reduce emissions, increase torque, improve engine oil quality, as well, in the case of Fortune 500 giant, Pepsi Beverage Company, deliver a 15% reduction in diesel fuel costs…huge savings….

Carbon footprint is today’s language that describes the cumulative total of emissions for carbon dioxide (CO2) and Green House Gases (GHG) emitted. Universally accepted, GHG emissions are calculated and reported as CO2 equivalent (CO2-e) in metric tonnes (tCO2e) per year.

In 2010; 65% of the CO2e emissions came from the combustion of fuel, of which 41% came from the generation of heat and power and 22% from transport; and rates continue to rise.

As protocols are signed and governments work to finalize agreements, one thing is clear; mandated emission levels are taking effect and industry must come up with ways to reduce their carbon footprint.

Proven to deliver results, THE PRODUCT continues to be sold in North America and abroad. This product has created global interest so we continue to expand our partnerships with industry leaders, major corporations, private companies and government bodies both local and federal levels. These relationships are strengthening our presence, and helping pave the way for the technologies expansion in rail, marine, oil/gas, mining applications and stationary generators.

THE PRODUCT has been designed so you can put it to work for your business right away.

CARB Exemption – Executive Order D-697

The CARB Executive Order permits the advertising, sales and installation of THE PRODUCT within the state of California. It was Ordered and Resolved that THE PRODUCT has been found not to reduce the effectiveness of the applicable vehicle pollution control systems for all 1998 to 2002 model year (MY) 12.7 Litre Detroit Diesel Heavy Duty Diesel Engines.

Section 27156 of the VC deals with matters pertaining to Gross Polluter, Air Pollution Control Devices and more particularly the requirements that all such devices do not modify, override or otherwise affect the durability of existing vehicle pollution control systems.

This Executive Order is based on emission test results using the Heavy-Duty Federal Test Procedure (FTP), Transient Cycle Test, Euro III European Stationary Cycle (ESC) test, and “Not to Exceed” test submitted by manufacturer with electrolysis product “THE PRODUCT”.