“Climate change is here, and we have the solution!” says Musketeer Danielle Michiels

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Welcome to the UBIEEGreen NATION, Together with Peaceday.TV
we will find a Solution.
By Presenting The UBiee PowerPill, which offers an environmental and cost effective solution.
We cannot wait another 10 years for new Technology to reduce our vehicle emissions.
The climate is changing, Climate change is here, and we have the solution!
The scientists now tell us we must act now, not in 10 years or more.

The UBiee PowerPill will:
° Reduce our vehicle greenhouse emissions by 78%
° Improve  fuel economy.
° Increase engine power
° Act as lead substitute for older vehicules
° And much more…..
This is a cost effective solution for NOW – if you can afford the Fuel, you can afford the UBiee PowerPill, because the UBiee PowerPill will pay for itself in fuel economy. (and it is not that expensive!)

People want to know more about climate change and how they can reduce their
emissions. Get to know UBiee and what we can offer. Become an Environmental
Ambassador now and talk to your Family, your neighbours.

Whilst Industry and Governement are slowly making changes, you, as an indivudual, can take action now And be a part of the solution with the UBiee PowerPill.
This New Zealand product has been trialled and tested over 18 years and
it is safe for your vehicle, diesel or gasoline, or diesel biofuel.

I am sure you would like to take action, so please go to our Website, check it out and get some PowerPills and help us to make a difference.
Together we can change the world to make it a better place.
On behalf of The 6 Musketeers Agency

Musketeer Danielle Michiels

Danielle Michiels

UBiee GIA Ambassador

Skype: danymiche1

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Christmas has both positive and negative effects on the environment, by Musketeer Fionnuala Fox.

Musketeer Fionnuala Fox

Christmas holly and birds

Its that time of year again, Christmas, a time for thinking of family and friends, eating, drinking and celebrating. Lets spare a thought at this time and think of the things that we can do to help protect the environment. A little thought and care can make a big difference towards avoiding damage to our environment without spoiling your celebration.

POSTIIVE EFFECTS:-

Polluting industries often cease their activities during the holidays, and the atmosphere, land, and water are able to recover a little from the effects of pollution.
When the amount of commuting to and from work is reduced, there is a corresponding reduction in motor vehicle emissions.

Christmas motivates many people to donate to charity, including charities working to mitigate environmental damage.

NEGATIVE EFFECTS:-

The exchange of consumer products in Christmas wrapping, many of which will be unneeded and/or unappreciated, contributes to the sending of consumer waste to landfills, unless consumers choose to regift them.

The cultivation of Christmas trees for display during a few weeks, before they are sent to landfills, represents a monoculture which sometimes reduces the use of arable land for agriculture.

Artificial Christmas trees are manufactured by processes which may have harmful effects on the environment.

Christmas decorations for homes and for Christmas trees are consumer products which are sometimes discarded to landfills.
Electric Christmas lights consume electricity, which, by most means of production, harms the environment. But remember candles and oil lamps can be fire hazards.

Increased travel to visit friends and relatives generally involves the consumption of fossil fuels.

One solution to counter the negative effects is alternative giving to help you to save money, reduce your Christmas carbon footprint and have a more eco friendly and sustainable Christmas.

Some manufacturers and retailers have developed new ranges of less environmentally damaging products in response to consumer interest and demands. Support these efforts.
When buying gifts check that they have not been manufactured using cheap labour in sweatshops in third world countries. Read labels carefully. Be aware of false or misleading claims that products are safe for the environment. Support local Oxfam/Fair Trade/Amnesty retail outlets. Try to wrap presents with ribbon or string instead of sticky tape.

GIFTS:- This year why not give a gift with a difference?

1. Young trees.
2. Bulbs or seeds.
3. UBiee Power Pills
3. Non-violent toys.
4. A homemade gift. (Yule Log, centre piece, jam etc)
5. A gift of your time e.g. using your skills of baking, baby-sitting etc.

CHOOSE:-

Good quality products that will last. Products with a long life symbol keep the energy used in manufacturing new goods to a minimum and avoid the creation of waste.

Products that do not contain CFC’s. Check that sprays and similar products are clearly marked “ CFC- free.” or “ozone friendly.” CFC’s damage the ozone layer.

Cosmetics, which use natural materials, preferably from companies, which will refill the bottle so it can be used indefinitely.
Soy, beeswax or natural vegetable-based candles as they biodegrade, are smoke-free, and so more eco friendly.

DO NOT CHOOSE:-

Disposable products.

Products with excess packaging. Buy unwrapped items and wrap them simply rather than buying over packaged goods.
clothes made from natural fabrics such as cotton, linen or wool. Some outlets now promote garments made from environmentally friendly cotton.

Stationery and other paper products made from recycled paper.

Books from the large range dealing with environmental issues.

Paraffin candles are made from petroleum residues so neither do your health or the environment any good.

RECYCLE YOUR UNWANTED GIFTS:-

Unfortunately everyone receives at least one unwanted gift at Christmas. Recycle my unwanted presents to charities, local hospitals and hospices they are often very pleased to receive unwanted smellies to give to patients.

CHRISTMAS CARDS:-

An estimated 1.7 billion Christmas cards are sent each year in Britain alone, the equivalent of 200,000 trees, and around 1 million Christmas cards are thrown away every year.
There’s no point recycling rubbish if you don’t buy recycled products! Purchase wrapping paper and Christmas cards printed on recycled paper from charities that donate up to 20% to less fortunate people at the same time.

Recycling all our cards, wrapping paper, bottles, cans and even Christmas trees will mean less waste going into landfill sites that are filling up fast.

TOYS:-

Buy good quality toys that will last and can be used again and again. Choose wooden toys over plastic ones. This will help to reduce the amount of energy needed for manufacturing and to avoid the creation of waste.

Whenever possible, buy toys that can be run from mains rather than from batteries.

Pick games with an environmental theme, which help children appreciate the value of our environment and how important it is for us to protect it.

Avoid poor quality toys and disposable toys.

BATTERIES:-

Millions of batteries are used every year, the range toys and equipment requiring them is increasing all the time. Many batteries contain hazardous materials, including cadmium and mercury and can cause pollution in disposal.

DO:-

Use mains power wherever possible. Remember that manufacturing batteries can take up to 50 times more energy than the batteries can provide. Mains electricity is many times cheaper than batteries.
Switch to using rechargeable batteries. A battery charger can make a useful Christmas gift.

Look for batteries that are free of mercury and cadmium.

Dispose of batteries carefully.

DONT:-

Use old batteries with new ones. The new batteries try to recharge the old ones, cutting their useful life.

THE CHRISTMAS TREE:-

Christmas would not be the same without the traditional tree and decorations. Real trees are carbon neutral, absorbing as much carbon dioxide as they grow as they will emit when burnt or left to decompose. They are also a wildlife habitat and a naturally renewable resource.
Most Christmas trees are grown on managed tree farms for Christmas or come from thinnings of larger forests. They are a renewable resource and generate employment.

Buy a tree with roots in a pot, which you can use year after year. When it grows too big for indoor use, it can be replanted outdoors in the garden. There are more and more potted trees on the market each year. Make sure that your tree is properly secured and positioned away from doors, stairs, open fires, and heaters. Use only good quality Christmas tree lights which meet approved standards. It is important to keep a real tree in a cool place in a leak proof container and water it frequently. Remember Safety First. If watering a tree, ensure that electricity is switched off and that no water comes in contact with the lights.

In some areas Local Authorities operate recycling schemes where you can leave your old Christmas tree to be shredded. Check out with your own Local Authority before disposing of your tree to see if they have such a scheme.

Although artificial trees last for many years they are made from metal and derivatives of PVC, which requires large amounts of energy to make, and also creates by-products such as lead which can be harmful to both the environment and human health. The average life of an artificial tree is just 6 years and given that they are not naturally biodegradable they will potentially pollute a landfill site for many years to come. Most artificial trees are now made in Taiwan and China and so have additional energy costs associated with transport.

CHRISTMAS DECORATIONS:-

Buy good quality decorations which will last year after year. Store the decorations carefully away for future use. Avoid the cheaper varieties, which have to be thrown away after only one use.
Encourage the children to get involved in making decorations for the tree from everyday household items. A number of books and magazines will show you how to make decorations for the tree. House decorations can be made from organic, recycled and scrap materials. Try popcorn, dough, cinnamon sticks, bows, gingerbread, holly, seasonal berries, ivy and evergreen branches – once you have finished with them, you can put them in the compost. Don’t forget to turn off your fairy lights
Christmas tree lights left on for 10 hours a day over the 12 days of Christmas produce enough carbon dioxide to inflate 12 balloons – so make sure you get energy saving light bulbs for your home and try outdoor solar powered fairy lights for some winter sparkle without adding to your carbon footprint.

ENTERTAINING AND FOOD:-

Having a big crowd over for Christmas dinner can make it tempting to use disposable products. Don’t use plastic containers. Plastic leaches chemicals into food, especially when heated, so even if you store food in plastic transfer it to glass before reheating. If possible forget disposable plates and utensils altogether. Try to buy organic fruit and vegetables. Although they are a little more expensive, they are grown without artificial fertilisers and pest-repellents, which can cause so much harm to the environment. Throw those vegetable peelings on your compost heap and make some natural fertiliser for your garden next year. Organic turkeys taste better too try to make sure it has been reared in humane conditions.
Shop at farmers markets or buying direct from the farmer is far cheaper than buying organic in the supermarket. Think of the benefits – the taste of chemical-free food, the reduction in food miles and CO2 emissions, and reduced dependence on oil. Buying locally produced food also boosts rural jobs. If demand for organic produce grows, they will be grown in larger quantities and the prices will start coming down.

TRAVEL:-

Getting to your destination is half the battle, but the other half is what all of our travel does to the environment. If you can avoid flying, particularly short-haul flights, do so. Buses and trains are less expensive, and can be a bit of an adventure because you actually get to see things along the way. Regardless of your mode of transportation,consider offsetting your emissions. The money you pay for offsetting goes to projects that reduce carbon in the atmosphere, like reforestation and renewable energy.

CHRISTMAS CLEAR OUT:-

When you are clearing up after it is all over, pay attention to what waste is being generated. Remember to avail of recycling schemes for disposing of paper, glass and cans. Bring empty bottles to the nearest bottle bank and cans to the nearest can bank. Reduce, Reuse, Recycle

With a little planning we can all have a wonderful Christmas and make a difference to the environment too.

Seasons Greetings

Fionnuala

The 6 Musketeers

The 6 Musketeers Present UBIEE ENVIRO Project

Effects on OCTANE and CETANE RATINGS using UBIEE PowerPill

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Every petrol engine is designed and built to run on petrol with a specific octane. Basically, the engine has an octane appetite. The problem is that the engine octane appetite increases over time. This is caused by the accumulation of internal deposits.

Carbon is the primary culprit in this appetite increase, as well as gum, varnish and dirt. When the engine has an appetite for petrol with a higher octane than is being used, the results are unpleasantly obvious – poor drive ability, knock, ping, and excessive emissions.

The  high tech PowerPill FE-3 does offer a total answer with the one-two punch answer of PowerPill FE-3. Firstly, as it dissolves, PowerPil1 FE-3 safely increases the fuel octane. Depending on the grade of petrol, PowerPill FE-3 increases octane 1 to 4 numbers. Secondly, PowerPil1 FE-3 works rapidly to reduce the engine’s octane appetite between 2 and 8 numbers. Therefore, there is a dual impact of increased octane in the fuel and a reduced octane appetite from the engine.

This is powerful medicine for your vehicle increasing engine power and reducing running costs. The base cost of the low octane fuel plus the cost of one PowerPill FE-3 per tank-fill (approximately 50 litres), is considerably less than the cost of filling up with the high octane fuel. Immediate savings are obvious as the PowerPill FE-3 virtually pays for its cost instantly and all the other benefits become a bonus. PowerPill FE-3 dissolves safely and completely in fuel and does not melt in storage in high temperatures.

The many attributes of PowerPill FE-3 apply to diesel engines. Depending on the quality of the diesel fuel, PowerPill FE-3 can raise the cetane rating by up to 6 numbers, substantially improving performance. In addition, PowerPill FE-3 cleans the combustion chamber of carbon deposits, it raises the peak flame temperature, which in turn reduces smoke and harmful emissions and improves specific output power.

Musketeer Patricia Bartch Shares Her UBIEE PowerPill Positive Experience

Musketeer Patricia Bartch

Hubby just loves the UBIEE PowerPill.  The pill does not guarantee better mileage or that your car will perform better.  But ours does!!!

In our Nissan 2001 pickup, after just about 2 months,  we have improved gas mileage.  From 15 mpg to almost 19 mpg.   The truck runs smoother too.  Can’t tell you how happy we are!!

So I’m going to continue to tell my friends about this good product.  Especially if by using it our vehicles are putting less pollutants into the air.

In October 2008, Patricia posted the following to a forum:

I’m posting MORE good news about using the UBIEE Power Pill.  My husband uses  ONE pill per tank fill up. He said he’s gone 73 miles on less than 1/4 tank!!

That is really good for us.  The vehicle is a  2001 Nissan Frontier Pickup. He has not done good tuneups or oil changes like should be done. He drives carefully, follows the speed limit etc.

Imagine what would happen if we continue to use the UBIEE Power Pill and get the car all tuned up!!

Yes Pat, we can imagine. Thank you for sharing your experience with us.