Global warming undoubtedly has a serious impact on humankind and the whole ecosystem of the planet. Human activities obviously have a great influence on climate change, primarily through carbon dioxide emission. This is why the reduction of CO2 emission has become a strategic priority all over the world, and the significant measures have deeply affected industrial production as well. A promising invention by a Hungarian inventor may provide a solution for this problem, as the spread of Greenion may significantly reduce emission in the future.
What is Greenion?
Greenion, a waste gas and air cleaning system which can be operated in a self-sustaining way using renewable energy, is based on the invention of Hungarian inventor Ferenc Mészáros. Greenion reduces CO2 emission, so it contributes to the protection of a healthy natural and living environment and the mitigation of global warming. Inventor Ferenc Mészáros was not looking for the solution of one of the most urgent global problems at first. As a result of his research, a waste gas and air cleaning system has been developed which can be operated in a self-sustaining way using renewable energy. This new technology called Greenion was first developed to provide a solution for the reduction of the emission of harmful substances by vehicles. In the course of the development, it was realized that if the technology were to spread in the industry, it would visibly decrease global carbon dioxide emission. By reducing CO2 emission, it can contribute to the protection of a healthy natural and living environment and the mitigation of global warming. “The technology itself is easily adaptable, as its very variable in size and may be used in diverse sectors,” says Ferenc Mészáros, inventor of Greenion. It is very important that the operation of the system which significantly decreases the CO2 content of the air is absolutely environmentally friendly, and the end product is similar to substances found in nature, so it is absolutely harmless to humans. It can also produce energy during its operation, so it is a self-sustaining system. The production and operation of the system is inexpensive, so the inventor may reasonably hope that the technology will rapidly spread in the industry.