There is a huge need for recycling to be done at home. For one, households are major consumers of goods as well as major producers of wastes. A good part of the garbage that is brought to the landfills comes from households.
The mixture of air we breathe has 15% oxygen in it. Humans begin to die when this level reaches under 5%. Some areas of the world are already in the 6-7% range. This is a dangerous place to be. When you begin with water and create HHO and Brown Gas, the result out of the tailpipe is oxygen. Just simple oxygen and nothing more to add.
The RMM (or Rod Millen Motorsports) Cat-less Downpipe is the most commonly used. However many other brands exist. Some down-pipes, such as the Random Technology DP, feature an emissions legal high-flow catalytic converter.
Once you have determined the best choice have an oil change. Many mechanics recommend switching from 10W30 to 5W30 during freezing weather. The lower viscosity of the lubricant allows it to flow more quickly at very low temperatures. In addition to changing the weight you use consider using high quality lubricant if you don’t already. Many companies make a lubricant specific for winter or cold climates and it will reduce damage to the engine when it is started on freezing days.
The catalytic converter recycling involves collection and separation of the glass-related items. Then the glass is cleaned of contaminants and purified. The it is then crushed and with a raw material mix it is melted in a furnace, creating new glass that can then be blow into new products. Glass that is recycled can also be used, once crushed, in a type of road paving, called glassphalt.
The percentage of oxygen in the exhaust will also tell the fuel ratio of the engine as it runs. CO and CO2 is carbon monoxide and carbon dioxide. CO is odorless and will give you headaches and eventually kill you by robbing O2 from your body, if in high quantities. CO2 is present in the air but large amounts contribute to global warming. Before doing any emission test the check engine soon light, should never light up or it will cause the car to fail. HC’s are usually the worst problem for cars that will have to pass the test.
I have bought and sold thousands of junk cars, and just to be honest about it, several of the cars I have bought, were not “junk cars” at all. The owner simply wanted to get rid of the car, so to the owner it was a junk car, however for me buying it, definitely NOT a junk car! On many occasions I have immediately sold the car for somewhere between 2-3 times what I had paid for it in mere minutes of the transaction.
Do you wish to donate your recyclables? Do you wish them to be collected by a franchised hauler? Or do you want to be paid back for your recyclables? Whatever decision you make on this one will affect how your recyclables will be collected or disposed of.