jason at amicusgreen.com
Tue Apr 26 21:21:01 PDT 2011
The only thing I¹ll add is that EPA registers thousands of products (is
supposed to be millions but they¹re 25 years behind legal requirements to
test and control chemicals and interactions). Namely pesticides. When
companies say their pesticides are EPA registeredas if to indicate it¹s
safeit¹s because it has to be...because it¹s potentially hazardous and is
On 4/26/11 7:42 PM, "Steve" <steve at greengeek.ca> wrote:
> Hi all,
>> > Does anyone know about the fuel product envirotabs (see below)? Not exactly
>> > green building related but it may effect the vehicles our companies use.
> I've seen products like this before, but none with marketing quite
> this over-the-top!
>> > The "credibility and "reputation" of our Drive Green, Save Green product is
>> > as follows:
> "Credibility" and "reputation" indeed... quotes are absolutely
> necessary in this case, to outline these "facts". heh.
>> > 1. The engineering and chemistry of our product has won the "Nobel" prize.
>> > No other company world wide can say this.
> Products don't win Nobel prizes, people do, that's why nobody says that.
>> > 2. EnviroTabs is EPA registered.
> AFAIK, the EPA doesn't handle product registrations...
>> > 3. EnviroTabs has a world wide "Patent".
> Patents are granted by individual countries, none are "world wide"
>> > 4. EnviroTabs reduces harmful emissions up to 85%......YES!!! 85%.
> 85% of what, CO2? NOx? Particulates? All of them, exactly 85%, for
> every vehicle?
>> > 5. EnviroTabs increases your MPG up to 38%...(tremendous gas savings).
> Again, for every vehicle? Impressive.
>> > 6. EnviroTabs lowers your maintenance costs
>> > (truck oil changes are now at 40,000+ miles between oil changes)
>> > ....................and so many more documented benefits....see the links
>> > below.
> There are ways to improve fuel economy and reduce emissions, and many
> car manufacturers are starting to do so.. but there's no such thing as
> a magic pill that can perform these miraculous claims, I'm afraid. I
> don't recommend associating yourself with this company, the whole
> thing screams "scam!".
> Also, their tagline "see you at the pump".... shouldn't that be "we
> won't see you at the pump"?? :)
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