Eccotopia will also create a qualified guidance committee to monitor its Megafolia tree project in the Republic of South Africa.
Julian Moses, President of Symphony Trade and Investment 57 (PTY) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eccotopia Ltd. http://www.eccotopia.com , announced today that Eccotopia has applied for an International Securities Identification Number (ISIN) so that shareholders will have the ability to track the shares that they own in the company.
In addition to the application of an ISIN number the company is in the process of setting up a guidance committee. Members will be invited to join the committee who will be able to provide guidance with the Megafolia tree project in Southern Africa. The plan is for Gisela Krischker, a director of Eccotopia ( http://www.eccotopia.com ), to help to assemble members in the South African community that have an interest in providing a solution to the mine water problem, as well as in the benefits of a green solution to this pressing problem. Eccotopia plans to offer a lasting resolution to the mine water problem in South Africa with the use of the Megafolia trees and their profound abilities in the process of phytoremediation.
The South African Government is currently under tremendous political pressure to seek an answer to the wide spread problem of the massive amounts of acidic waste water that is produced in the mining business in South Africa. Symphony Trade believes that the proposed joint venture with Pacific Tree and the Megafolia trees will provide proof of a solution to this major problem. Each mine is under political demand to address the problem of the massive amounts of acidic water produced each day in the mining industry.
Eccotopia has developed a number of significant strategic alliances with environmental industry partners. Eccotopia offer not only innovative, patented technologies of our own, but also an unmatched ability to provide experienced, objective third-party testing and evaluation of new technologies and cutting-edge approaches to site remediation, decentralization, forestation programs and pollution control.
Eccotopia understand the dynamics of combining ecological and environmental improvements with industrialization and profitability. Eccotopia have begun to explore linkages between ecology and economics, looking to create new kinds of partnerships and enterprise out of environmental protection and restoration initiatives. Eccotopia's principal commitments are to our partners and the environment.
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