Ok, I don’t understand your question then. The article explains how to remove it, and if you are unwilling/unable to do those things, you will need to upgrade to premium hosting. If the traffic goes down, and the PHP / Apache processes on your site goes down, it will be removed automatically.
I don’t think you read this part:
The process allocation on free hosting cannot be increased upon request. We treat all accounts equally, and will not give people unfair benefits just because they ask for it.
We will not remove it; you have to fit into the limits of free hosting. Unfortunately, that is one of the main downfalls of free hosting, but it is free…
Also, if you reach this limit just by testing your contact forum, just think what will happen when your site gets real traffic…
You may need to change some things, or be willing to pay.
Well, if it was just the forum, you would not be hitting the limit. There is probably a lot on your site using PHP/Apache Entry process. Also, I recommend not creating as many posts, because as a new user you can only post X times every 24 hours. Also, the actual limit is not given out, so people cannot cheat around it (by having like 1 under or something).
Like I said, the limit is pretty large, so it’s probably more than just a contact forum on your site.