“The good news is we know what to do. The good news is, we have everything we need now to respond to the challenge of global warming. We have all the technologies we need, more are being developed, and as they become available and become more affordable when produced in scale, they will make it easier to respond. But we should not wait, we cannot wait, we must not wait.”
It has been widely documented that due to their chemical composition, the application of many emission abatement technologies leads to higher energy consumption and CO2 emissions.
That is until now.
The benefits obtained from treating fuel with Soltron’s® natural enzymes, is therefore incredibly encouraging when with a view to climate change policy. The reduction in greenhouse gas emissions and particulate matter is significant, as these pollutants deteriorate air quality, have a direct or indirect effect on human health as well as contributing to acidification.
The Kyoto Protocol is intended to cut global emissions of harmful greenhouse gases.
The objective is the “stabilisation and reconstruction of greenhouse gas concentrations in the atmosphere at a level that would prevent dangerous interference with the climate system”
Governments across the globe accept that “deep cuts in global emissions are required according to science” and agree cooperation in peaking global and national greenhouse gas emissions “as soon as possible” and that “a low-emission development strategy is indispensable to sustainable development”
At present, we globally consume approximately 85 million barrels of oil per day, proving that the economies of the world all depend on the burning of fossil fuels, despite the prevalence of other renewable sources of energy.
Climate change is one of the greatest challenges of our time. Relying on Mother Nature’s own answer, Microbiology, Soltron® offers a lasting, natural solution which has already demonstrated and proven its effectiveness in significantly reducing CO2, as well as other harmful emissions including CO, HC, NOX & smoke, when added to fossil fuel oils.