According to a recent survey, more than 150 million metric tons of various types of scrap materials are being recycled each year. Out of this 150 million metric tons scrap materials, metal scraps comprise of the majority of them. The time has come when metal recycling activities have become an essentiality to make our planet a safer place to live in.

Price. The overall price of an exhaust system varies wildly depending on materials used and manufacturers. Be prepared to pay minimum $650 for a cat back and $850 for a turbo back.

Our current engines are so inefficient that we literally burn our cash. The EPA would have a heart attack if you got rid of your catalytic converter, and for a good reason. A large amount of our fuel is unused. Without a catalytic converter you’d be pouring gas onto the street right out of your muffler. The catalytic converter cooks all the unused fuel to improve emissions. Here’s how HHO nips that in the bud. The more efficient combustion while using HHO means less unused fuel. So much less that you don’t need your catalytic converter, and your HHO emissions turn into water. This alone improves MPG and cleans emissions, but this isn’t the only benefit it gets better.

Next, you should place and ad in your community newspaper or the weekly shopping news, something like this: Junk, old newspapers and cardboard boxes hauled away. Phone 123-4567. Then visit your neighbors. Tell them you are collecting and hauling away all the old newspapers and boxes in the neighborhood each week. You might offer them $5 a month if they’ have everything ready for you when you make your weekend collection round.

Next, you’ll need to get the equipment for a catalytic converter system. If your council is nice, they’ll provide you with recycling bins as a part of their waste-and-recycling collection system. If they aren’t, you’ll have to provide your own. The most eco-friendly way is cardboard boxes (which are themselves recyclable) or else using plastic bins. You may be able to pick up some cheap second hand bins if you don’t want to buy new ones.

Exhaust manifolds are usually pretty restrictive to the flow of exhaust gas. So therefore, they waste a lot of power because your pistons have to push on the exhaust gasses pretty hard to get them out.

Each ton (2000 pounds) of recycled paper can save 17 trees, 380 gallons of oil, three cubic yards of landfill space, 4000 kilowatts of energy, and 7000 gallons of water. This represents a 64% energy savings, a 58% water savings, and 60 pounds less of air pollution!

It is great to make recycling newspapers a rule in every home and office. It makes all the difference in the world to the environment in which we live. Paper can be recycled repeatedly to save our trees and make the world a better place to live. If you have not considered recycling, it is never too late.