With new plans to reduce the UK’s carbon footprint to net zero by 2050, companies and individuals are under increasing pressure to minimise their use of certain fuels and cut emissions. Teresa May took a bold step by announcing this measure to the mainstream media. (INSERT MAY- SCREENSHOT)
Whilst many businesses will receive assistance and tailored advice regarding the switch to cleaner energy, many individuals from the public are searching for ways to minimise their carbon footprint and protect the environment.
With air quality and pollution currently being a hot topic, consumers are changing the way they operate. Environmental concerns now feature prominently in decision-making, and purchases are heavily influenced by their potential impact on carbon emissions and harmful pollution.
Reducing automotive pollution
Carbon emissions arising from the use of vehicles has been a concern for decades, and there have been various initiatives designed to reduce the harmful impact the automotive industry has on air quality and pollution. The ultra low emissions zone in central London has been a controversial move with residents but has also paved the way for greener cars.
With dedicated carbon cleaning machines, mechanics and automotive technicians can now provide an effective way to reduce carbon emissions and pollution. Ideal for garages and mechanics who want to increase the range of services they offer and boost their revenue, carbon cleaning machinery taps into a growing market and ensures vehicle owners have access to the environmentally-friendly services they’re demanding.
Impact for End Users
With vehicle owners already suffering financially as a result of emissions incentives, many consumers are looking for ways to improve the fuel efficiency of petrol and diesel engines, so that their carbon footprint can be reduced. Carbon cleaning and DPF cleaning machines effectively remove soot, ash and carbon from combustion engines, thus ensuring emissions are reduced, pollution is minimised, and air quality is greatly enhanced. Moreso, the performance sector has also gravitated to carbon cleaning to restore power to their engines, as well as being a valuable service to maintain the health of their engine components.
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By becoming an approved Carbon Clean Centre, workshops and garages can create an additional revenue stream by offering carbon cleans and DPF cleans to a very lucrative market. Get in touch with our experts to learn more.