One of the main ideologies of Marcus Hiles, a distinguished Texas real estate developer, is nature preservation. For this man, it is a duty to build locales that are brimming with nature and help decrease world’s carbon footprint. Hiles’ care for the environment as the boss of Western Rim Property Services is mirrored to more than 15,000 posh rental apartments and townhomes situated in the Lone Star State. One of his building policies that aim on the wellbeing of the environment is setting up appliances that come with an ENERGY STAR label given by the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. Since the 1992 commencement of this program called ENERGY STAR, its application in the U.S. has caused the decrease of 283.2 million metric tons in carbon dioxide discharges. Roughly 50% has been decreased in the yearly utility bills of the average Texas residents, which are $400 for natural gas and $1650 for electricity usage.

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