Save the Earth – E3 Spark Plugs Improves Air Quality
The United Nations Convention on Climate Change that was held in Nairobi-Gigiri, Kenya in February 2007 recently concluded that global warming is real and should not be ignored. “Against the background of the most conclusive scientific evidence to date that the warming of the climate system is unequivocal and accelerating, the Executive Secretary of the United Nations Framework Convention on Climate Change, Yvo de Boer, called for speedy and decisive international action to combat the phenomenon.”
Global warming is real. While there are still naysayers, recently, a USA/Gallup poll reported that 49% of the U.S. public believes that global warming is a threat to the Earth.
On Tuesday the US EPA proposed tighter pollution on new small engines; up to a 35% reduction. Environmentalists have been concerned for years about small engine emissions. Although the EPA may further regulate new small engines emissions, many of the oldest are still in use throwing as much as 30% of its gas into the atmosphere unburned.
E3 Spark Plugs was founded on three principles of improving Ecology, Efficiency and Energy. Now, E3 is sparking a fight against global warming with the development of a revolutionary new spark plug designed to reduce toxic emissions, specifically Hydrocarbon (CO2) and Carbon (CO) emissions, as both are a major cause of smog and the depletion of the ozone.
Unlike any competitive plug on the market, only the E3 small engine spark plug reduces emissions of carbon and hydrocarbon by providing a more complete combustion of the air/fuel mixture. Repeated test results prove that with the use of E3 spark plugs there is a 15% reduction of toxic emissions in new small engines and up to a 50% reduction of emissions in small engines with continued use. Fuel economy is also increased up to 13%, which only adds to the lifetime efficiency of this plug.
Now is the time to fight global warming and reduce toxic emissions. To learn more about global warming, visit http://www.epa.gov/otaq/consumer.htm. For more information about E3 spark plugs, visit, www.e3sparkplugs.com.