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My company, SIRP Environmental and Energy Solutions, supplies indoor air quality, healthy water systems, and energy products (internal and external). Several friends, relatives, and I either died or suffered from environmental exposure. I can help prevent or solve these problems.
Our energy products reduces the amount of fluids, gases, fuels, and electricity needed to get a job done; thereby, reducing environmental wear at the same time.
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I was in a business networking meeting today and the conversation came out about environment and energy and how the real estate market is going to be affected if a proposed legislature gets through. Efficiency standards are going to make it very difficult to sell a home. Energy standards will have to be met for windows, insulation, roofs, etc. before homes can be sold including older homes. There is going to be clearing house set up to check out these parameters. There will be no normal home… Continue

Posted on July 24, 2009 at 8:10pm

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At 5:44pm on January 4, 2010, GREENHEAT Solutions said…
Thanks Bill, I'll keep that in mind for our Isokern Chimney system. Although, it is Phase II approved and is considered a "Clean Burning Fireplace System" by the EPA, the benefit of your product would be an additional bonus! The Temp-Cast masonry heater however is so clean burning, masonry heaters can earn LEED points for Indoor Air Quality (EQ 2.2 Enhanced Combustion Air Measures, pg 9 ) using the US Green Building Council's LEED for Home's Rating System. The particulate emissions of masonry heaters are in the super-low category of 1-2 g/hour; in comparison to the current EPA requirement of 7.5 g/hr limit. In fact, the Cold Climate Housing Research Center recommended to the EPA that masonry heaters receive "exempt status" paralleling current EPA language based on "inherent low emissions."
Could you send me additional information on your product so I can pass it along to our customers? Thanks! aleeah@lgmi.net
At 10:13pm on January 3, 2010, Catherine M Brown said…
Yes I have done a great amount of research on enviroment and cancer and alternatve medicine, I was responding to Natalie that I do not use my facebook or this forum to talk about cancer unless it has to do with the envroment, energy and do not have people blog on my facebook. Thanks for your link I will look more into it
At 10:11am on December 7, 2009, GREENHEAT Solutions said…
Thanks for the friend connection!
At 10:23am on November 30, 2009, Susan Folger Nair said…
I don't believe we've met yet, but one can never have too many friends. Sorry to read about your family and friends who have been afflicted by disease of unnatural origin. I am a conservationist at heart, who is deeply concerned about mankind's self-serving destruction. I believe that capitalism has empowered companies to grab a profit at any cost, legal or illegal. The gaffes in executive judgement don't seem to matter until it affects one personally--like you. At 47, I'm beyond cynical. With a family of 5, and having ADD, I struggle to keep myself educated. Beside that, my role in Indiana is combating coal-fire generators through education, writing, and other green volunteer efforts.
At 8:41am on November 30, 2009, Nick Papaik said…
The Dry Ice Blasting is a really cool process. The Time and money we have been saving people is going to make this a big part of our Environmental Company.
At 10:37am on August 18, 2009, Terry and Patrica Kok said…
The economics of PV has never figured very heavily in my selection of PV as my power source. I'm much more concerned with how much the power source pollutes the environment. I don't see my PV outputting any sulfur dioxide, CO2, mercury, or even noise pollution. They just sit there and silently convert sunlight to electricity. I love that and so does the environment. Since I wrote the other post on PV group purchase prices, I've located a source of PV which is as low as $2.38/watt. This helps those who DO think of the economics. I would also like to point out that much of the true cost of making electricity is not reflected in the cost that the consumer pays for that power. The true cost also includes the damage to people's health and the environment. I find Indiana's coal fired power plants to be incredibly dirty operations with extremely bad long term consequences. - Terry
At 1:10pm on August 5, 2009, Lynn a said…
Unfortunately, Bill, I still don't see a list of ingredients for the products. Without them, I can't decide if they're healthy.
At 12:47pm on July 25, 2009, Lynn a said…
Hi Bill, Thanks for your comments on less toxic living. I couldn't see the skin products on your website. Could you tell me what it is and provide ingredient lists?
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