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Recently, there has been a trend lately with businesses that has proven to be very good for the environment. Many trends of the past have been destructive, aimed at ways to get more money for less work, regardless of what stood in the way or what harm that would do to the world. However, this trend revolves around fighting against air pollution, and it has reduced emissions everywhere.
Of course, companies are not just using regenerative thermal oxidizers out of the goodness of their hearts. The change has a lot to do with wanting to get business, make sales, or pay less taxes. Often, the government will give substantial tax breaks to companies that install these devices, so they are making back more than what it cost them to put them in. At the same time, fighting pollution makes the company look good to the general public, which could increase sales and revenue. As you can see, the companies certainly have a lot to gain by using these measures.
That being said, though, this is still a great trend. Should it matter why companies are working to fight pollution? As long as they are reducing emissions and saving the atmosphere, cutting back on global warming in the process, it makes no difference why they are doing it. This trend is still very real and very helpful. If it continues to gain momentum, it could spill over into other ways for companies to reduce pollution and protect the environment from multiple directions.
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