Environment & Health
Epic Car Conversions converts gasoline cars into 100% Electric Vehicles (YES no-gas).
Your vehicle will run on ZERO EMISSIONS, and will never pollute our environment.
- NO OIL CHANGES
- NO SPARK PLUGS
- NO EXHAUST LEAKS
- NO EGR VALVES
- NO COILS
- NO COOLANT FLUSHES
- NO EXPENSIVE ENGINE REPAIRS
- NO ENGINE SENSORS
- NO CARBON BUILD-UP
- NO GAS TANK
- NO EXHAUST SYSTEM
- NO GASOLINE BILLS
Electric cars are 100% zero emission at the tail pipe, they create NO harmful gasses, this makes them infinitely cleaner & better for the environment compared to internal combustion engine vehicles.
The gasoline engine is the least efficient mechanical device on the planet and single most pollution producer for major cities across the globe.
Contrary to what oil companies want you to believe, Lithium Iron Phosphate batteries do not harm the environment, as Lithium is plentiful. It is found in our Oceans, and found below the surface of desert areas, which were once oceans; this is where the lithium has been concentrated by solar evaporation. The largest known deposits of lithium are in Bolivia and Chile.
Electric cars use electricity that can be produced from environmentally friendly renewable sources such as wind, solar, hydro, geothermal sources, without the use of nuclear, coal or oil.
When you drive an EPIC Car Conversion you're recycling your existing vehicle, giving it a new life, in the form of a cleaner more efficient green machine.
In gas cars which are 17% efficient, most of the gasoline is not used up and exits the tail pipe, literally money going up in smoke. An electric motor on the other hand is approximately 95% efficient; it has been used for over 100 years in industry. Electric motors are found around the home, and is the GREENER SOLUTION to our environmental & health problems.
According to the World Health Organization WHO (Air quality and health Fact sheet N°313)
The effects of particular matter on health occur at levels of exposure currently being experienced by most urban and rural populations in both developed and developing countries. Chronic exposure to particles contributes to the risk of developing cardiovascular and respiratory diseases, as well as of lung cancer.
The mortality in cities with high levels of pollution exceeds that observed in relatively cleaner cities by 15–20%. Even in the EU, average life expectancy is 8.6 months lower due to exposure to particular matter2.5 produced by human activities.
- Air pollution is a major environmental risk to health. By reducing air pollution levels, we can help countries reduce the global burden of disease from respiratory infections, heart disease, and lung cancer.
- The lower the levels of air pollution in a city, the better respiratory (both long- and short-term), and cardiovascular health of the population will be.
- Indoor air pollution is estimated to cause approximately 2 million premature deaths mostly in developing countries. Almost half of these deaths are due to pneumonia in children under 5 years of age.
- Urban outdoor air pollution is estimated to cause 1.3 million deaths worldwide per year. Those living in middle-income countries disproportionately experience this burden.
- Exposure to air pollutants is largely beyond the control of individuals and requires action by public authorities at the national, regional and even international levels
- The WHO Air quality guidelines represent the most widely agreed and up-to-date assessment of health effects of air pollution, recommending targets for air quality at which the health risks are significantly reduced. The Guidelines indicate that by reducing particulate matter (PM10) pollution from 70 to 20 micrograms per cubic metre, we can cut air quality related deaths by around 15%.