With the elections in the United States now concluded, many are taking a look back at what issues went into the election races, and more specifically, at what issues will likely be big going forward. One of the biggest issues throughout the United States for years now has been job growth, and that in turn is being linked to issues of environment. Thus the rise of "green jobs" is being discussed, and one of the companies focusing hard on green job growth is RVPlus, holding company for ECCO2 Tech.
ECCO2 Tech offers a variety of different technologies in the green sector thanks to agreements with several United States manufacturers, acting as both a domestic and export provider. The products available with ECCO2 Tech include technologies geared toward providing better sustainability in operations, the reduction of carbon emissions from transport and facilities alike, and improved energy efficiency for both industrial users and even for government users. For instance, ECCO2 Tech offers a line of green housing development tools from Eco City Developers as well as a line of stainless steel oil filters from Pure Power! that can both increase oil life and reduce carbon emissions
To that end, RVPlus recently filed a quarterly report showing that they had recently entered into a material agreement with a foreign government that would yield $250 million in sales over the course of the next year. They had previously held a deficit of $77,848 thanks to their development stage which ran from May 1, 2002 to July 31, 2011, and had an accompanying financial risk as they went from a high to a moderate status. They've also previously received mention in major publications like Forbes and The Wall Street Journal, giving them extra credibility in the marketplace.
RVPlus' chief executive officer and chairman, Cary Lee Peterson, explained further how RVPlus is looking beyond Election Day to the future: "My hopes are that voters will focus on the several areas in society, economy, and government needing the proper attention. Our company, as others, has worked hard to contribute back to America's work force and economy since the US was hit by the Great Recession in 2008. I anticipate to continue seeing an incline in supporters for viable green solutions and job creation aided by local, state, and federal government, no matter who may win the election tonight."
The end result here is that, plain and simple, RVPlus and ECCO2 Tech have a lot of room for opportunity. Even for those who don't subscribe to a strict interpretation of "save the planet", there's still more than enough room here for those who just want to save money. Using less power, changing oil less often, using less gasoline...all these things add up to one common point that should have regular users interested: cash savings. Savings on the power bill, savings at the pump, savings at the store where users buy their oil and filters, right on down the line. Not to mention, of course, savings on the tax bill when governments start using these technologies to reduce their own waste.
Saving the environment is one thing--RVPlus and ECCO2 Tech are well on their way on that front--but saving money is something everyone can get behind, and with technologies like these afoot, saving money may be a lot simpler than expected.
Edited by Brooke Neuman