Biofuels Shown to Reduce Chemical and Particulate PollutionDecember 16th, 2011
Unless you’ve been living in a cave, you’re aware that human-influenced climate change could have us–well–living in caves. Of course, many factors contribute to climate change, but one is the emission from heating boilers. Brookhaven National Laboratory took a look at the reduction in chemical and particulate emission possible by mixing biofuels with the lower-grade “residual oil” commonly used for residential heating in New York State. The initial chemical analysis shows a reduction in both nitrogen and sulfur oxides. The particulate matter measurements, accomplished with the aid of a sensitive analytical balance, also showed a reduction with the addition of biofuel.
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