The 20th century committed the world
to fossil fuels
For the rest of the 21st century, we can reduce our use of fossil fuels.
Benefits you can bank on
Emissions Science Corporation’s low-investment Emissions Reduction Device results in immediate and significant emissions and fuel economy improvement and many other benefits well-worth quantifying.
- Low-cost upfront investment
- Easily installed on existing vehicles
- Easily scaled adoption for fleets and industry
- Lower cost to transition to lower emissions
- Less frequent replacement of some parts
- Lower carbon buildup in engines
- Reduced equipment downtime
- Reduced engine wear and tear and contaminants in oil that lead to engine wear
- Increases the life of the engine, catalytic converter, O2 sensors and other engine parts
- Brand enhancement
- Worker attraction and retention
- Reduced carbon footprint
- Prepared for potentiality of carbon tax
- Meet or exceed your sustainability targets
- Reduce harmful indoor workplace pollution
- Improved outdoor air quality in work areas
- Reduced emissions from ag equipment
- Lowered emissions while the engine is idling
- Lower NOx, CO2, and emissions particulates
Less Vehicle Replacement
- Extend equipment and vehicle life cycle
- Delay equipment and vehicle replacement
- Pass emissions tests with older equipment and vehicles
- Fewer replacements for lower disposal cost
- Mitigate the effects of climate change by lowering GHG emissions
- May allow a vehicle that failed an emissions test to pass
- Address regulations and emissions liability
- Ability to adapt to changing regulations
- Pass emissions tests without costly retrofits
- Reduce need for engine enhancements
- Reduce expenditures to achieve lower emissions
Improved Fuel Economy
- Significantly reduce fuel consumption
- Reduce time spent fueling and create longer run times
- Enjoy better engine performance
- Increase energy sustainability
Better Human Health
- Reduce harmful pollution in public and workplace areas
- Improve indoor air quality for workers resulting in lower respiratory illnesses, lower absenteeism, happier workforce
- Potentially mitigate health impacts to employee due to exposure to fossil-fuel burning operations
THE CASE for CLEANER AIR
Create a BETTER Triple Bottom Line
Good for Human Health
Carbon-based fuels are the source of major air pollution. Globally, deaths due to air pollution are 3x more than AIDS, TB, and malaria combined.
The world’s transportation sector is responsible for more than 1/2 of the CO2 and NOx, and 1/4 of the hydrocarbons emitted into our air.
Nearly 1/2 of all Americans—an estimated 150 million—live in areas that don’t meet federal air quality standards. In the US, particulate matter is responsible for up to 30,000 premature deaths each year. In China, 1.8 million people die yearly from health issues caused by polluted air. In 2017, air pollution in India caused the deaths of 2.5 million people. In Europe, 3/4 of city dwellers are exposed to unsafe levels of particulate matter in their air.
Clean air is becoming a thing of the past.
Good for the Planet
Burning carbon-based fuels causes greenhouse gases to accumulate in the earth’s atmosphere. These GHGs and particulates are proven to impact public and ecosystem health.
Increasingly, we are seeing heat from our atmosphere being stored in the ocean creating many known and unknown impacts not yet completely understood. The CO2 and particulate matter are also carried to the ocean by wind, precipitation, and deposition which is also contributing to acidification of the ocean.
Exposure to GHGs in the air we breathe is harmful. This accumulation of harmful GHGs is impacting our planet’s climate and the stability of systems upon which we all depend such as the jet stream, wind and hydrological patterns, and predictability of seasons.
Good for Prosperity
Increased fuel efficiency will save money and sharpen your competitive edge. By reducing the amount of harmful emissions, businesses and governments can successfully navigate regulations and compliance. Through corporate leadership on the environment, company brands are improved.
Already, thousands of companies and many governments worldwide are tackling their greenhouse gas emissions and future-proofing their operations.
Implementing fuel efficiency will bolster balance sheets and operations. Better health outcomes for workers will lower costs in risk management. Greening operations will manifest in savings from equipment replacement, costly enhancements while keeping existing equipment working longer.