Green Plus Tested
Green Plus is harmless to health and the environment
One of the most important questions asked by every manufacturer with regard to a newly developed product is the level of any possible health risk.
From this perspective, Green Plus underwent the Ames-Test, recognised by the OECD (Organisation for Economic Cooperation and Development).
Keck School of Medicine - OECD-recognised Ames-Test
Founded in 1885, the Keck School of Medicine is one of the oldest medical schools in Southern California.
The internationally renowned Keck School of Medicine, which is associated with the University of California, confirmed that Green Plus is not mutagenic or carcinogenic.
Environmental Protection Agency (EPA)
The US Environmental Protection Agency, abbreviated to EPA or USEPA, is an independent authority of the government of the United States of America, with the remit for environmental protection and the protection of human health. EPA has 18,000 employees and its annual budget is more than USD 7 billion.
TCEQ - Texas Low Emission Diesel (TxLED)
Green Plus integrated into environmental protection programmes.
In the federal state of Texas, USA, which incorporates 254 counties, and which is almost twice the size of the Federal Republic of Germany, diesel producers have been obliged by law since October 2005, to supply 110 of these counties with a diesel blend that meets the requirements of the TxLED Law. After successfully passing a series of comprehensive federal tests, Green Plus was approved as a fuel enhancer to meet the TxLED provisions and has since been added to diesel fuels as a fuel enhancer in the factory by oil group companies in Texas. More than 30% of Texan diesel fuels now contain Green Plus.