RIOSA and Kyoto

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When buying RIOSA oleinas, the client has the security and satisfaction that he is doing everything possible to fight against the greenhouse effect, against the global warming of our planet, and respecting the agreement and the Kyoto Protocol as much as possible.

In effect, RIOSA only burns biomass in the home of its boiler and dryers. RIOSA has not used any fossil fuel for more than 20 years. Any other boiler installed by RIOSA will always be consuming biomass, that is, not contributing to the atmosphere a single gram of CO2 that was not already in it.

And when there are trucks that consume hydrogen instead of oil, RIOSA will force all its transporters to use only hydrogen as fuel.

It is true that at the present time we still consume electricity from the grid, and that it may have been produced with coal (100% detrimental) or with oil (59.12% detrimental). But our imminent purpose is to supply us with a cogeneration that will only burn biomass (0% detrimental) and natural gas for an eventual support in time of shortage (44.86% detrimental).

We will try to make progress, although we may not reach the Japanese model (for some reason Kyoto is next to Tokyo, same letters in another order), where the Government is currently thinking of giving incentives for employees (like the one shown in the photo) to go to work without a jacket, so as not to have to put the air conditioning so strong and not consume so much energy, not so much increase the fossil CO2 in the atmosphere.