If making a difference is part of who you are, how you live here’s a great company calledGrosche International. For they sell high-quality coffee, tea, and glassware for coffee drinkers, tea connoisseurs and those that love to drink water!
So, products for basically everyone! But there is a catch to these products. That’s with every product you sell, this amazing company will take a portion of the sales and fund 50+ days of safe drinking water for people around the world!
Here is a little note about the company:
Grosche International is a humble housewares company with heart. They saw an opportunity to change the world and are on a mission to help those affected by the safe water crisis. They provide people with sustainable water purification means for their daily water needs. They also provide them with education on safe water and sanitation.
How do they do this? Together with you, the affiliates, and their customers, for every GROSCHE product sold, they take a portion of the sale and fund 50+ days of safe drinking water for people in need around the world.
Current emission trends data and the documentation of estimation methods are available via the links below. The latest version of the 1970 – 2017 data show the trends for Tier 1 categories which distinguish pollutant emission contributions among major source types.
The trends shown are for criteria air pollutants (CAPs) and precursors covered by the National Ambient Air Quality Standards (NAAQS), excluding lead. Lead emissions sharply declined after it was eliminated from gasoline and have remained low.
As inventory methods are improved over time, for some emission sources and improved estimation method may be applied ‘backwards’ to previous year trend estimates.
Numerous air toxics have declined with percentages varying by pollutant
During this same period, the U.S. economy continued to grow, Americans drove more miles and population and energy use increased.
Air quality concentrations can vary year to year, influenced not only by pollution emissions but also by natural events, such as dust storms andwildfires, and variations in weather.
TipClick pollutant names in the chart legend to hide or include trend lines, and hover over any line to display percentages above or below the most recent standard. Click the Emission Totals tab to view emission trends
Health EffectsBreathing elevated levels of CO reduces the amount of oxygen reaching the body’s organs and tissues. For those with heart disease, this can result in chest pain and other symptoms leading to hospital admissions and emergency department visits.
Environmental EffectsEmissions of CO contribute to the formation of CO2and ozone, greenhouse gases that warm the atmosphere.