We live and work in a dirty diesel world, so you don’t have to……

In 2007, diesel particulate filters (DPF’s) were introduced for on-road heavy duty diesel engines to trap diesel particulate matter for engine manufacturers. These DPF’s were required to meet the new U.S. Environmental Protection Agency’s (EPA) emissions standards.

These standards were put in place not only for environmental protection, but to protect the public from breathing in pollutants released from diesel exhaust. According to the EPA the particulate matter and NOx emissions found in diesel exhaust can pose serious public health problems. Exposure to the pollutants can cause lung damage and aggravate existing illnesses such as asthma. DPF’s help keep the environment and people safe from these pollutants.

Ceramex Helps Clear the Air

Every DPF we restore results in multiple contributions to the preservation of our environment and air quality resulting in the following environmental wins:

  • Reduction in landfill waste—retuning products to “like new” reduces waste equivalent of eliminating 258 million tons of waster from going to landfills.
  • Reduction in C02—A reduction in carbon emissions because less energy is consumed in restoration than it takes to manufacture a new product
  • Reduction in raw materials—Restoration preserves much of the material in the original product, using less new materials, thus preserving those materials for future use
  • Reduction in energy use—Less energy is consumed in the restoration process by limiting the amount of raw materials extracted, as well as decreasing the energy used in manufacturing of new materials.

From 100% Dirty to
95%+ Restored