Franklin, M.A., April 22, 2023 – Rypos, an award-winning emissions control and solutions company, is proud to announce the release of a new video on Earth Day 2023 highlighting the importance of taking immediate action to reduce the harmful impacts of diesel emissions on the environment.
Diesel engine emissions have far-reaching effects on the air quality of the surrounding environment, including health and human safety. Industry powers our economy, but the resulting poor air quality is estimated to be responsible for more than 100,000 premature deaths in the US every year.
This Earth Day, Rypos has released a video emphasizing the need for those who manage, own or operate data centers, hospitals, port cranes or workboats, a TRU-equipped fleet, or other diesel-powered equipment, to demonstrate their pledge to reach sustainable operations through the immediate reduction of diesel particulate matter.
“Rypos is paving the way with technology that mitigates the environmental impact of diesel engines, and we believe that taking action today — not tomorrow — is critical to safeguarding our planet for future generations,” said Paul Anderson, chief executive officer of Rypos. “Our newly released video is an important step in raising awareness of the impact of diesel emissions and showcasing Rypos’ commitment to sustainability efforts in the here and now.”
To learn more about Rypos, watch the video here.
Rypos is a Massachusetts-based industry-leading provider of active diesel particulate filters (DPF) for OEM and aftermarket customers. Founded in 1997 by an all-star team of scientists and engineers, Rypos is singularly focused on environmental sustainability and the future of clean air through the reduction of black carbon emissions.
Its patented electrically self-regenerating filters and proprietary catalytic technologies have enabled the company to deliver innovative emissions-reduction solutions for data center, power generation, transport refrigeration, port equipment, rail and marine markets, as well as healthcare, educational, utility and governmental facilities.
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