Carbon Monixide Pollution in Our Cities

Posted by Jeff Collins on July 04, 2011 0 Comments


In cities, about  two-thirds of the carbon monoxide emissions come from transportation sources, with the largest contribution coming from highway motor vehicles. In urban areas, the motor vehicle contribution to carbon monoxide pollution can exceed 90 percent. In 1992, carbon monoxide levels exceeded the Federal air quality standard in 20 U.S. cities, home to more than 14 million people.

Carbon monoxide results from incomplete combustion of fuel and is emitted directly from vehicletailpipes. Hydrogen on demand technology reduces Carbon Monoxide emissions by 70% and increases MPG by as much as 30 to 40 percent. This affordable green technology is available and can be installed on any make or model automobile in a matter of hours.

Carbon monoxide emissions from cars increase in cold weather because cars need more fuel tostart at cold temperatures, and because some emission control devices (such as oxygen sensors and catalytic converters) operate less efficiently when they are cold. To order hydrogen on demend generator kit, please go to

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