Reduced Emissions

We all understand the need and importance of protecting the environment. Most of us know too that we have a responsibility to at least try and leave this planet in a good condition for the generations to come.

With the ever-increasing global consumption of non-renewable energy, it can be difficult for us to keep up with the pace of reducing emissions exerted from what we use.

Technology, legislation and greater awareness are all helping us to reduce our emissions – however it is not easy.

At Ecosafe, we understand the difficulties, especially within certain industries to actively reduce emissions while trying to uphold responsibility when running a business. The transport industry is certainly no exception.

We have the technology and experience to provide customers with a comprehensive service that will help you to actively reduce your CO2, NOx and the particulates emitted from almost any vehicle.


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The key offenders


Burning of carbon-based fuels since the industrial revolution has rapidly increased concentrations of atmospheric carbon dioxide, increasing the rate of global warming and causing climate change. It is also a major source of ocean acidification since it dissolves in water to form carbonic acid, which is a weak acid as its ionization in water is incomplete.


In areas of high motor vehicle traffic, such as in large cities, the amount of nitrogen oxides emitted into the atmosphere as air pollution can be significant. NOx gases are formed whenever combustion occurs in the presence of nitrogen.


Atmospheric particulate matter – also known as particulates or particulate matter (PM) – these are tiny pieces of solid or liquid matter associated with the earth’s atmosphere. They can adversely affect human health and also impact the climate and precipitation.

Within the transport sector, we are pushing forward to reduce our emissions – controlling not just what we put in but what we get out. Thanks to modern technology we now have the capability to considerably reduce our carbon emissions.

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