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  • Eco Building Products, Inc. (ECOB) Flagship Product Receives Green Light For Use In Hawaii 2 comments
    Oct 29, 2012 1:25 PM | about stocks: ECOB

    Eco Building Products, a manufacturer of proprietary wood products treated with an eco-friendly proprietary chemistry that protects against fire, mold/mycotoxins, fungus, rot-decay, and wood ingesting insects, today said that the Department of Planning and Permitting Building Division, City, and County of Honolulu have given the nod for the company's flagship product.

    Hawaiian building officials have approved the use ECOB's Eco Red Shield, and the company says it is now ready to distribute the product into the Hawaiian market. Hawaii approval MM2012-0060 will remain in effect for three years and is subject to standard building department regulations.

    Eco Red Shield provides wood-rot decay and Formosan termite protection, as well as provides mold and class "A' fire and protection. Application of Eco Red Shield will also provide protection from mold and weathering during the ocean freight shipment process.

    The company says the approval marks a pathway for market reach that extends beyond U.S. borders.

    "The recognition of Eco Red Shield coatings by Hawaiian Building Officials is another triumph in creating the paradigm shift in the industry. Being recognized for use in Hawaii will open up several international markets for the use of Eco Red Shield. Hawaii is home of the world's most nasty Formosan termites as does the continent of Africa and other sub-tropical regions," Steve Conboy president and CEO of ECOB stated in the press release. "Eco Red Shield protection is equivalent to the traditional methods with the added benefits of Fire and Mold protection providing the consumer with a better product at a lower cost."

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  • GoldenDoc
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    While I am currently not in a position to offer an in-depth financial analysis regarding ECOB, the company has been and is working with a potentially game-changing technology which warrants further research as a portfolio entry (IMHO). The last year has witnessed strategic industry product ratings/certifications, substantial production capability and expanding marketing/networking. An unbiased appraisal by an interested SA community member would be much appreciated by this investing neophyte and perhaps by others as well. Thank you.
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    11 Nov 2012, 01:20 AM Reply Like
  • Ranger1
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    I'd like to second that suggestion. And yes I've got some shares of this stock. I've actually got some of their product stacked in my garage. I've used it around the base of the grandkids play fort and swing set and it's already outlasted the base wood that came with the set and had to be replaced due to deterioration. I was looking for wood that could do what this says it does and still be safe for the kids to be around. Next I'm going to use this wood to replace some 2 by 4's that got destroyed by termites and to replace my siding on my added family room. For a while I think they were selling their original bluwood at a local lowe's. But they got into a conflict with a Bluwood company in LA that puts ground glass into their wood, complained about both woods being blue. So now Ecob's wood is red. I think the best thing he could do is to get into one of the major home repair chains. If you're looking for wood that does what it does, but you don't want a wood full of dangerous chemicals, like most pressure treated woods, this seems to be a winner.
    14 Nov 2012, 03:08 PM Reply Like
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