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Joseph Merlo – Keeping Our World Green – Joseph Merlo

In Energy, Uncategorized on May 6, 2010 at 8:57 pm

Keeping Our World Green | Joseph Merlo Discusses the Major Sources of Pollution

Environmentalist and American businessman Joseph Merlo weighs in on the state of today’s environmental conservation movement, particularly the major sources of pollution.

Industry

Joseph Merlo ranks industrial production as the primary producer of pollutants on the planet. The industrial process, explains Joseph Merlo, creates hundreds of harmful chemical by-products. Joseph Merlo says that these substances exist as gases, liquids, and solids. A typical oil refinery or metal works facility, points out Joseph Merlo, spews enough gaseous waste into the sky that it affects local weather and eventually settles into the surrounding soil. Joseph Merlo cites a study of a metallurgy facility that established a 25-mile radius of polluted soil around the factory. For 25 miles around the factory, clarifies Joseph Merlo, the soil was tainted simply from the facility’s smokestacks. This high-density industrial pollution, adds Joseph Merlo, has been going on at the hands of humanity for at least two centuries.

Housekeeping supplies

It should come as no surprise, continues Joseph Merlo, that the environmental havoc wreaked by large-scale industrial production also trickles into the home. Joseph Merlo explains that housekeeping is another significant pollution producer. Consumers buy tons of harsh and powerful cleaning supplies every year, says Joseph Merlo, and most of these chemicals end up in our water system. Joseph Merlo also draws attention to the astonishing amount of packaging supplies wasted on cleaning chemicals and basic household wares. All of this packaging is thrown away, notes Joseph Merlo, and only some of it is recycled. Bottles, cans, plastic wrap, blister packaging and cardboard – Joseph Merlo explains these are just a short list of the ecosystem cluttering by products the typical household adds to the waste flow. Joseph Merlo also lists bleach, detergent, floor cleaner and furniture polish as common chemicals that either add greenhouse gases to the air or deliver ecologically unsound chemicals to the ground and water.

Joseph Merlo explains that humans are not the only culprits denigrating the environment. The natural world itself produces atmosphere-clogging pollutants, says Joseph Merlo, like volcanic eruptions. Joseph Merlo points out that volcanic eruptions spew dust, ash and water vapor into the atmosphere. Joseph Merlo also notes the cloud of detritus produced by a large volcanic eruption can remain suspended in the atmosphere for over a year. The CO2 concentrations of volcanic clouds, adds Joseph Merlo, rival any one instance of human generated pollution.

But Joseph Merlo says that it is unfair to rank volcanoes as gross polluters just to take the responsibility off of humanity. Humans and their industrial processes produce more pollution than natural disasters, says Joseph Merlo, and they produce it faster. Another distinguishing characteristic, adds Joseph Merlo, is that we, as a species working together, can reduce volume of pollutants emitted into the ecosystem. While a volcano can’t go green, concludes Joseph Merlo, people definitely can.

Joseph Merlo | Business Opportunity | Joseph Merlo

In Personal on September 18, 2009 at 7:46 am

Joseph Merlo Wants to Know: Are You Looking For The Next Ripe Business Opportunity?

Becoming an affiliate of Joseph Merlo’s Energy Automation Systems, Inc., is a positive opportunity to help people and to be your own boss.

Hendersonville, TN, September 18, 2009 — With the new presidential administration’s talk of new jobs and green energy, you may wonder where you fit. Joseph Merlo has an answer for you: Energy Automation Systems, Inc. (EASI). Joseph Merlo is the man who popularized the Easiliner insulating system for AC electric motors. He has since expanded his vision.

Joseph Merlo’s Easy Automation Services, Inc. (EASI) is a network of affiliated energy conservation professionals who design and install energy efficiency systems in various facilities. If you are an enterprising businessperson, you can take advantage of this emerging energy conservation market.

Most families and companies do not want to gut and replace their entire energy system. For these potential clients, insulation, increased efficiency, and conservation are the answers. As one of Joseph Merlo’s Easy Automation Systems, Inc. (EASI) affiliates, you can provide these products services.

“The multi-billion dollar energy conservation industry has tremendous untapped potential for growth and profit,” states Joseph Merlo. He adds, “Any business that uses electricity, worldwide, is a potential customer.”

As an affiliate of Joseph Merlo’s Energy Automation Systems, Inc. (EASI), you will design and install energy conservation systems that lower clients’ energy bills. These days, that is a selling point all by itself. If you do not want to install the systems personally, Joseph Merlo maintains a database of trusted contractors in your area that will work with you.

About Joseph Merlo

Joseph Merlo is founder and CEO of Energy Automation Systems Inc. (EASI). Joseph Merlo started his energy conservation company in New York more than 30 years ago after a term of service in the U.S. Air Force and success in several sales and marketing positions. Joseph Merlo first product was the predecessor to today’s “EasiLiner,” which saves energy on AC motors and therefore has broad applications. Joseph Merlo engaged engineers to develop additional energy saving technologies and acquired others from inventors and manufacturers until he had developed full systems providing maximum savings by affecting every electrical load typically found in commercial and industrial facilities. Joseph Merlo began installing these custom systems throughout the northeastern U.S..

To meet the growing demand for his energy conservation systems, Joseph Merlo included in his business model an authorized Affiliate network and relocated to Nashville, Tenn. in 1985. Today, Energy Automation Systems Inc. (EASI) supports hundreds of Affiliates in more than 60 countries. The company’s customers include Fortune 500 companies like General Electric, British Petroleum, ConAgra, Apollo Group, SABIC and Tyson Foods.

Contact:
Joseph Merlo
Energy Automation Systems, Inc.
145 Anderson Lane
Hendersonville, Tennessee 37075
United States of America
(615) 822-7250
http://www.energyautomation.com

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