Introducing a Nobel winning Green Techonolgy: Envirotabs

November 21st, 2011 - 


I am sure you will be interested in a NOBEL WINNING GREEN TECHNOLOGY that saves money on fuel and will REDUCE EMISSIONS up to 75% and more in most cases, from ANY combustible engine whether it be gas, diesel or E85. I will share with you more on this innovative product that is very effective. In a world of economic uncertainty, there is something that will help you save money, consume less and pollute less. Envirotabs site presents a product that is completely safe for your engine, it reduces harmful emissions (more…)

Consume less fuel while driving_ part 2

May 27th, 2011 - 
Avoid heavy breaking and apply the pedal lightly, you are wasting fuel by breaking heavily and accelerating quickly, you can save up to 30% of fuel cost if you improve your driving in this area.
If you are stuck in a traffic jam for more than a few minutes switch of your engine if it is save or possible to do so. Restarting your engine uses less fuel than keeping it running.
There is no point switching on your air conditioner if you don’t really need it. Switch it off and open all the windows and all the air ventilation in your car. Switching off your air conditioner can help decrease your gas consumption considerably. Serviced your car regularly and don’t forget to check your tyre pressure at regular interval, and before any long journey. Incorrect tire pressure can have impact on fuel consumption adding up to 30% to your fuel bill.
Your mechanic should also check your vehicle emission and catalytic converter;
70% of badly polluting vehicles could be returned at a garage within some few minutes.
Upgrade your car to a new one, the older your motor car gets the less inefficient it can become, and the less millage you will get from a full tank of gasoline. If you have an older motor vehicle you can save your fuel by updating to a newer fuel efficient vehicle. If you buy a new motor car remember to check out the car fuel economy figure before you buy. Keeping your car washed and waxed improves aerodynamics and therefore affects fuel economy.

10 Ways to Consume Less Energy_part 2

May 27th, 2011 - 
The first 5 ways to consume less energy you can find here.

6. Take the bus or other public transportation: I know, I know, it’s not the most pleasant thing in the world when you have to cram into a public transit vessel, but this is another of the changes that you can make that will have a huge impact. If, on a daily basis, you’re the only person using your car merely to get to and from work, you’re a prime candidate for a bus commute. Look into how long it takes to take public transit, you may be surprised at how quick it is. You’ll save a great deal of money, energy, and resources, and you’ll save all that wear-n-tear on your car too.

7. The Three R’s: We’ve all heard this enough to know it by heart; Reduce, Reuse, and Recycle. If you’re not recycling you’re literally throwing energy away. It takes far more time, energy, and resources to make a new product from scratch then it does to make one from recycled materials. Only buy products that have been made from recycled parts, that have been made organically, and/or have been manufactured by environmentally conscientious corporations. (say that five times fast)

8. Make meals with friends and family: This is an easily overlooked step, especially in this fast paced world we live in; co-op cooking can save a ton of energy. When you and your friends/family get together on a frequent basis to make meals, there are that many fewer stoves and dishwashers being ran that day. Not only that, but you’ll save money by buying larger quantities which also means less packaging is being used. Pretty simple huh?
9. Collect rainwater to quench your garden and yard: Lawns and foliage like H20, there’s no getting around that, but you can get around paying the utility for it. If you’re like me and you live where it rains a lot, get some barrels and store the sweet stuff. A hose attached to the bottom of a well placed barrel can have fairly decent water pressure. Refer to #1 to see why this is a simple yet important step.

10. Take control of your car: You can save a massive amount of money/energy/resources if you pay attention to what your car is doing. Shut your car’s engine off if you’re at a 10. Take control of your car: You can save a massive
amount of money/energy/resources if you pay attention to what your car is doing. Shut your car’s engine off if you’re at a traffic light that you know will take at a minute or more to change. You know those lights, the ones that never change, well that’s a prime opportunity to make a difference. Also, keep your vehicle tuned up and running well so you’ll use less gas and create fewer emissions. When cruising around the neighborhood or shopping district in the summer, roll your windows down instead of turning on the AC. But, when speeding along on the highway, having your windows down creates a lot of drag which can actually make your car use more gas, so use the AC instead. Only wash your car at a car wash, use higher octane gas, and carpool whenever possible. All of these little tricks will save you money, and the environment from getting more polluted.