Fuel treatment for the 21st century
India is a country with the third largest road network in the world, total number of vehicles in 2019 stood at 295.8 million. Over 60 percent of the population used personal or shared vehicles for commute.
Railways in India consume 2.6 billion litres of diesel annually. The effect Oxytane would have in economic and environmental terms would be staggering in increased operating profits with increased fuel economy and lower maintenance costs and of course, all the related environmental benefits by reducing fuel emissions across the country.
30.7% of deaths in India are attributed to air pollution from fossil fuels. That means 2.5 million people die from breathing in toxic air.
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