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AAA Warning

n an article by USA Today "E15, a higher blend of ethanol and gasoline, has rolled out in a handful of states. But its use in older vehicles is generating warnings from AAA, which says E15 could be harmful to pre-2012 vehicles."

USA Today also states "The AAA says the Environmental Protection Agency and gasoline retailers should halt the sale of E15, a new ethanol blend that could damage millions of vehicles and void car warranties."

FOX Business News also covered this latest news, as seen in this video, with a great deal of information as to how and why the E15 ethenol mixture will damage engine parts and reveals which auto manufacturers will void the warrenty on vehicles using E15. Read the full story from AAA's News Room.


EPA: New Particulate Matter Standard Issued

Western Farm Press:
December 26, 2012

"EPA issued its long-awaited final rule revising the particulate matter air quality standards. The rule lowers the primary annual fine particulate matter (PM2.5) standard from 15 micrograms per cubic meter of air (µg/m3) down to 12 µg/m3. Fine particles are 2.5 micrometers in diameter and smaller, and coarse particles are larger than 2.5 micrometers but smaller than 10 micrometers."

The impact on vehicles was not clearly defined however, EPA estimates this new rule will cost industries as much as $350 million a year. EPA believes this will generate between $4 billion to $9 billion in health benefits however, they do not mention what benefits will be generated or how their estimates were ascertained. Full story found on Western Farm Press.


School Bus Fumes

School Bus Fumes


In a ScienceNetLins Update with the American Association for the Advancement of Science (AAAS) , Bob Hirshon analyzes a study on effects of “Self-polluting school buses.”

“When we think about pollution from cars, trucks, and buses, we usually imagine the effects on people outside the vehicles. But a recent study of school buses found that the passengers might get the worst of it.”

Bob points to a study conducted by Julian Marshall, a Ph.D. student in the Energy and Resources Group at the University of California at Berkeley where Marshall states “A surprising fraction of the exhaust from school buses ends up back inside the bus.” It was another more in-depth study that was conducted by the Clean Air Task Force (CATF) that found the source for toxins entering the school bus cabin actually originates from the open blow-by or the engine’s open crankcase’s road tube.
(See Introduction CATF-Purdue Multi City Bus Study.)

Bob factually states that “The worst offenders are older, diesel-powered buses with the windows closed” however the exhaust is not the main culprit. Technology does exist that eliminates 100% of these fumes from entering the school bus cabin. And even though Marshall believes “…parents shouldn’t pull their kids off the bus, since the traffic safety advantages far outweigh any potential health risks” older buses can solve this problem efficiently and receive an actual return on their investment.


KAHI Radio LogoInterview with James R. Brock, CEO of World NCI

on the morning show with Dave Rosenthal - December 28, 2006. Listen to Jim as he explains what the Fuel & Air Saver is, and how it works... why it is so important for the health of everyone, especially our children. Jim also lets you in on the diesel fuel efficiency testing being conducted at the Auburn University Test facility.

Dave and Jenn can be heard from 9:00am to 12:00pm PST - Visit KAHI for this and other great topics via live web cast.


NAPA Engine Oil Results

Engine Oil in a 2001, Toyota Tacoma gets GREAT test results. Edmund Loughran has had NAPA test the condition of the engine oil in his 2001 Toyota Tacoma not once, but 3 times. "A great service that keeps me informed on the condition of my engine". With over 73,000 miles on his car, an oil analysis report (a service provided by NAPA) showed excellent oil viscosity with Wear Metals, Contaminants, Additives, Fuel dilution, Fuel Soot and other potential engine risk factors well within the normal and safe ranges. This incredible report provides any vehicle owner an excellent report card on the engine’s internal condition. Just like having your blood tested for abnormalities during a physical, NAPA’s Oil Analysis Report can identify abnormalities which could be an indication of abnormal wear or imminent danger to your engine. Click on the two highlighted sections below linking to his report: NAPA Oil Analysis Report and associated Oil Analysis Report Interpretation Page. The report’s interpretation page explains in detail how to read the report which is on the back of NAPA’s oil analysis report. Pay particular attention to the very first report date compared to the subsequent two - the oil went from abnormal to normal after the installation of the Fuel & Air Saver™ System.

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