The Dash For Trash – When Recycling Isn’t Enough

Back in the early part of the 90’s trash recycling was in full swing. Environmentalists pushed the issue explaining how much recycling household garbage would help our hurting planet. They told us how horrible it was to throw plastics, or glass that could be used again into our trash. Many jumped on the recycling bandwagon. However, the excitement soon wore off the recycling momentum slowed way down.

Years have passed since the first discovery of hydrogen fuel can into existence. Burning hydrogen releases steam only into the environment. The bad part is that hydrogen in its natural state is a dangerous compound. In many cases, it is an extreme danger. Operating vehicles that have hydrogen tanks would cause quite a problem indeed. Too much money is being spent on how to make the hydrogen tanks impenetrable so it can be easily transported. There is an easier solution to the problem. This is the one solution that can allow each individual to create their own money saving device.

Ease of implementation – A rating of 3 would seem logical. It would not be extremely difficult to get employees to comply with such a where to recycle catalytic converters program. But, it would take some time to get used to, and to get rid of old habits. It may take a few reminders and memos.

The next step is to find the catalytic converter s on the exhaust system. This is an oval shape part of the system and it swells out. Depending on the year, it would have had some louvers or vents. Using a reciprocating saw with metal blades, cut your catalytic converter from the exhaust. Make sure that it is a perfect cut that will produce a straight line.

When the pressure reaches say 30-60 psi, you turn the key and go. You step on the pedal, you send more energy to the electrodes, and thus more vapor to the cylinders; i.e. fuel vapor on demand.

Any car that requires fuel injection must have an Oxygen sensor. This part is usually located in the exhaust manifold, but can also be found by the pipe. An O2 sensor is responsible for evaluating the ratio between air and fuel. It’s specifically looking for oxygen levels in the ratio and during this process the computer will determine the amount of fuel required to get the most efficient levels for fuel economy.

Take the time to learn what items can be recycled and learn the guidelines for your area. Invest in new products that have been recycled to support this system. Teach your children the importance of waste recycling and the proper way to do it. If every home took the time to recycle, it would greatly reduce the amount of trash sitting in the landfills and help aid in the struggle to protect and improve the environment.