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An Alternative Solution to the Problems of Poverty, 
Crime and Global Warming



Organic Solution

In the worldwide search for alternative fuels and technologies that would improve present fuel use to lessen air pollution, there have been many great ideas which include cleaner fuel formulations, more efficient engine technologies as well as hybrid automobiles that use gasoline and rechargeable batteries alternatively. An interesting development is the rise and growing popularity of clean, organic "bio-fuels" made from living plants rather than fossil fuels, that could be used alone or blended together with petroleum fuel on existing gasoline or diesel engines with little or no special modifications. However, the worldwide fuel demand is simply too great at this time and in the foreseeable future for the current production and supplies of bio-fuels to effectively replace petroleum-based fuels, the latter will continue to be the fuel of choice for several decades to come and the pollution from the use of these needs to be addressed.

Like in the case of bio-fuels which can be used as a replacement for petroleum fuel or blended with it, Manna Fuel Catalyst is also an organic or specifically, a botanical solution. However, unlike bio-fuels that is consumed in the combustion process (whether by itself or blended with petroleum fuel), Manna is not used or consumed as a fuel but rather, as a catalyst. It optimizes the petroleum fuel itself so that it will perform a great deal better than it would, if left untreated. In chemistry, a catalyst is a substance that is added in relatively small amounts to a reactant and in so doing, affects the outcome of the reaction to which the reactant is used although the catalyst is itself not consumed in the reaction. Fuel that is freshly made in the refinery is actually an excellent product, but after it leaves the place, it becomes subject to chemical changes with exposure to oxygen, ozone and micro-organisms that can live and even reproduce in the fuel (like some yeasts and molds) which, over time can degrade the fuel, say, while its been sitting in the car's gas tank for days or while it is in a gas station with poorly maintained storage tanks. The fuel is still usable but has become an inferior product to varying degrees that will manifest itself in increased toxic emissions, lessened fuel efficiency and mileage and even increased wear and tear on engine parts. Also, there will be a part of it that will not be consumed as fuel, the result of which is wastage in the form of carbon emission from approximately 3.14 kg. of carbon dioxide (the carbon joins with oxygen in the air to form the heavier carbon dioxide molecule) produced for every liter of gasoline or diesel. By optimizing the fuel with Manna, it is returned to an excellent state or efficiency and even better, greatly minimizing the pollution that will be discharged from its use. Theoretically, the components in Manna enhances the molecular structures in the fuel, such as breaking down heavy chains that can cause smoky emissions into lighter molecules, a form of "cracking" as referred to in fuel chemistry.

The ultimate result in using Manna with fossil fuel is the reduction of carbon dioxide and toxic gases up to  88% of the existing toxic emission. A revelation is when after catalyzing the reaction at the internal combustion of the engines, Manna is not consumed but goes out with the resulting new non-toxic gases as its conduit going to the atmosphere, where another catalytic reaction with toxic gases there by Manna would be carried over and over again until about ten (10) times, thereby reducing the trapped / stored carbon dioxide and toxic gases in the atmosphere which continues to be there for about one hundred (100) years if not eliminated or treated with Manna. 

Government-Approved Products

DOE Letter approving release of CFAR Manna Catalyst products have been extensively tested by established independent laboratories to comply with the requirements of government agencies involved with the safety and use of fuel additives. In particular, the Philippine Department of Natural Resources - Environment Management Bureau (DENR-EMB) and the Department of Energy (DOE).

The Pre-Manufacture and Pre-Importation Notification (PMPIN) clearance from the DENR-EMB is a requirement for chemical manufacturers (importers as well) to have their products approved for manufacture (or import) and for monitoring environmental safety. The DENR-EMB approved and released the PMPIN for all four Manna Catalyst products on February 15, 2010.

The PMPIN is a prerequisite for obtaining the Certificate of Fuel Additive Registration (CFAR) from the Department of Energy (DOE). All fuel additives must be covered by the CFAR which recognizes the manufacturer's compliance with requirements for fuel additives and as clearance to market the products applied for. In the case of Manna, only the three fuel additives were required, as the motor oil catalyst is not required to have CFAR registration being not a fuel additive. The CFAR for all three fuel catalysts were approved and released on January 3, 2011. (See DOE Letter of Approval

In addition to these, Manna Hydro Bio-Energy Corporation also complies with all other government permits and licenses (Mayor's permit, etc.) as required by law.

Manna Components

The green living things on earth have amazing potency that have yet to be realized. It would seem appropriate that fresh living plants and trees would hold the necessary ingredients to optimize oil-based substances - fuels that came from, in great part, the remains of long-dead trees, plants and other organisms, and in a way, breathing new life into them.

After studying the best plants and components of trees (mainly the green leaves) that will have the best capabilities to be blended with petroleum or oil-based fuels, a total of 14 abundantly-growing plants, trees and herbs were selected  to form the ingredients of Manna.

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