Nature preservation is an advocacy of Marcus Hiles, a prominent Texas real estate developer. “Lessening carbon footprint on the planet is my goal that is why I create communities that unify with nature,” he claims. The Lone Star State holds more than 15,000 extravagant rental apartments and townhomes that reveal the ideology of Hiles, who supervises and leads Western Rim Property Services. Setting up appliances with ENERGY STAR stickers from U.S. Environmental Protection Agency is fundamental in his building practices that are friendly to the environment. Because of ENERGY STAR, an American Program which started in 1992, the nation was able to slash 283.2 million metric tons of CO2 emissions. Appliances with energy efficient features can save up to 50% on utility bills, perfect for every average Texan that spends $400 worth of natural gas and $1650 worth of electricity per year.
Learning How Marcus Hiles Preserve the Environment While Making Housing Communities