Simple tips on how reduce air pollution

Nowadays our environment is terribly polluted, and this problem grows in importance every year. And speaking about that let’s think about something closer to each of us – air pollution. We all experience it on everyday basis, no matter if we’re aware of it or not. It’s said that one hour of jogging inManhattanwill make such damages to your health, that it can be compared to those made by  smoking one packet of cigarettes. If we want this situation to change, we all have  to do something by ourselves. Below I put some practical tips for reducing air pollution, for you to consider.

First. Try changing your travelling behaviours. One of our main pollution sources are cars. What if you tried using public transport from time to time? Could you consider riding bike to work and back. What about riding to work with colleague? Can you give it a try? There is one more thing: if you wait for somebody with engine working you’re also making more pollution than it’s necessary – so don’t do it.

Second thing. Some people decide to plant a tree. Trees emit  oxygen to the atmosphere, and by that hey help keep it clean. You also can do it , planting even just one will make a difference. Lots of places will be good for it – public parks, your backyard, or some remote place. What’s nice about that is that you’ll be able to see ‘your’ three growing for many, many years even when you yourself will get old, it still will be growing.

Third tip. What about recycling stuff – do you actually do it?  If you reuse something there will be no need for a factory to produce new thing – and that reduces toxic gases it would have produced in other case. And you don’t ‘contribute’ to growing mountain of litter. Some of your old stuff you can even sell to junk shops and make money on it! If you  recycled one kilogram of anything, you just prevented two kilograms of carbon dioxide from being emitted into the atmosphere.

Another thing: make aware shopping. Make sure that what you buy is reusable. Make selection and reject stuff that harms the environment like plastic bags for example.

Fifth point – Do not smoke ;) People who smoke are responsible for emission  tons of pollutants to the atmosphere. Really don’t think this is something so small it won’t make a difference – it will. There is so much of these pollutants, that that some researches say air pollution caused by them is 10 times greater than that one made by emissions form diesel cars.

The last but not least. Switch into using renewable energy sources if you can. You can choose from many solutions like windmills, few kinds of solar panels or free energy generator. This can make great difference, as fossil fuels make most part of air pollution.

Lead-Acid Batteries – another way to go green

Lead-acid batteries were first created as early as in the year 1850 by French inventor Gaston Plante. They’ve been in use in motor vehicles from then, as they are in tune with needs of car motors. They’re cost effective, and thanks to that they were able to dominate the market for a long time.

In cars they give electric impulse that is necessary to start motor, and for using lighting and other devices that consume electricity.

A big advantage of them is that their self-discharge rate is very low. It stays at the level of about 40 percent for a year.  This is very good rate looking on all rechargeable batteries landscape. Actually is the lowest one. There are even solutions that discharge fully in just as little as three months. They’re also reliable and cheap.