Marcus Hiles Claims Planting Trees Will Become A Tradition

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  • May 1, 2017
  • Planting 2500 trees a year has been a tradition for Marcus Hiles and Western Rim Properties and they plan on continuing this tradition for years to come. The same trees that remove 75 tons of carbon dioxide this year will annually generate enough oxygen for 50,000 residents in a decade and reduce the levels of carbon dioxide by 600 tons each year. This will create a lot of sustainable communities with high class apartments and townhomes with luxurious amenities. Marcus Hiles is an expert in property development and this kind of move should prove to be worthwhile. More on:—-continues-to-plant-2500-trees-per-year-for-environment-2016-05-23