Loading... Please wait...

Categories

Do You Think Vaping Ban Will Truly Prevent Fires in the National Parks?

Posted


Recently, the National Parks Service made it public that electronic cigarette use is now banned in all places of parks where smoking is already disallowed. The statement has caused a stir of controversy as the public are asking why the National Park Service officials consider vaping as a fire risk. After all, electronic cigarettes have no flame, no cigarette butts and no ash is left lying on the ground. In fact, electronic cigarettes are just battery operated like dozens of other electronic devices that are allowed to be used in the National parks. So, why are the officials attacking vaping?

No one can deny that forest fires are a serious problem, because every year fire cause over $750 million in damage, and various governments spend over two billion dollars trying to contain the blazes. Again, we can't deny that people cause approximately 90% of wildfires and most of them are linked to cigarettes. It only takes a little spark for wildfire to start, and soon it gets out of control. It is, therefore, makes lots of sense to ban smoking in the National Parks, but why are the officials banning vaping?

If the National Park Service officials are going to declare that battery-operated electronic cigarettes are a fire hazard, then they need to ban cameras, smartphones, iPods and electronic readers. Right now, there is no mention of other battery-operated devices banned even in high risk places.

Essentially, allowing smokers to come with electronic cigarettes to the National Parks could help reduce the fire risk substantially. In fact, if smokers are allowed to Vape, they may not be tempted to sneak with tobacco cigarettes, and some of these disastrous fires could be prevented. One study conducted in Massachusetts revealed that if states implement fire safe cigarettes, then the number of residential fire will fell by 35%. It is obvious that providing alternatives could be effective in eliminating/reducing the fire risks. So, why is the National Park Service ban vaping, instead of giving a green light?


comments powered by Disqus

 

Sign Up and Win

Payment Method
Newspaper

Warning: Electronic Cigarettes products contain nicotine, a poisonous and addictive substance. Products and accessories are only intended for committed smokers of legal smoking age and not by non-smokers, children, women who are pregnant or may become pregnant or any person with an elevated risk of. If you experience any side effects or possible side effects, stop using the product immediately and consult a doctor. These products may be poisonous if orally ingested. This is not a smoking cessation product and has not been tested or guaranteed as such. Has not been evaluated by the Food and Drug. For their protection, please keep out of reach of children and pets. If you do suffer from the disease of Tobacco/Nicotine Dependence Syndrome and want to take steps to give up smoking or cut down the quantity of cigarettes you currently smoke, we recommend you visit your health authorities to discuss NRT (Nicotine Replacement Therapy) or a nicotine harm reduction programme.

Copyright 2018 No.1 Ejuice. All Rights Reserved
Sitemap

BigCommerce Developer : PSDCenter