Cut Costs

Thirty-seven countries do not meet the EPA’s one-hour ozone standard. The eight-hour standard places even more counties in the non-attainment category. Non-attainment means a loss of $3.6 billion a year in federal highway funds. Yet, the Houston area alone projects a price of $46,000 per ton for NOx reduction. Conventional solutions place a heavy burden on cities and counties. Such solutions offer only decreasing returns at ever higher costs to the taxpayer.

There is a better way.

We can stop pollution. 

We can cut costs.   

We can save money.