Western Rim lead by Marcus Hiles has been focused on making urban communities green. The association has taken on many projects towards expanding the reserve of natural resources for the ecosystem. Their yearly tree planting exercises may reduce close to 75 tons of carbon dioxide reliably, while making oxygen that is adequate for as much as 6,000 individuals. After 10 years, these planted trees will most likely give a yearly decrement of 600 tons of carbon dioxide. Similarly, they will give oxygen enough for 50,000 inhabitants.
Over the past decade, Marcus Hiles has successfully planted 30,000 trees throughout the state of Texas. After seeing firsthand the impacts his efforts have had, physically on the environment and aesthetically on his properties, the expert real estate investor plans to further his planting initiatives,
“My goal is to continue increasing the tree canopy in all of our neighborhoods as well as create municipal parks, jogging trails, and reserves. Our commitment to proven ecological solutions grants our renters an optimal quality of live in thriving communities.”