Earth Day 2016

by | Apr 24, 2016 | Uncategorized | 0 comments

Hi, my name is Tony Ennis, CEO of ecoLegacy. I’d like to wish everyone a happy Earth Day.

To celebrate our beautiful planet, today we are making a historic announcement, one we think will significantly change our world.

For the last five years we’ve been developing an environmental and ethical alternative to burial & cremation. We call it ecoLation.

It’s electric, so like the electric car, we don’t need an exhaust-pipe, and unlike the other methods, there is no flame and no pollution.

With over 7 billion people on our planet, the traditional processes are not good enough. It doesn’t take a scientist to realise that we can’t pollute our soil and water or cremate that many people and choke up our already struggling atmosphere.

To put it in context, an average cremation is about the same impact as chopping down 40 of these magnificent trees. But one ecoLation unit has the potential to save roughly 90,000 of these a year… That’s a whole forest per machine.

Not to mention all the other nasties.

So, to celebrate Earth Day 2016, we are officially launching our ecoLation units to the world. We already have customers that will take delivery of their units this summer and we are taking orders for 2017 already.

ecoLegacy is ready and available today, earth day.

We can’t ease the pain when a loved one passes away, we can’t make the hurt stop. But we can now, for the first time offer a choice for those that don’t want to be buried or to be burned.

There is now an ethical and ecological alternative to celebrate a life, without undoing all the green choices we made along the way.

Given this choice, how would you like to be remembered? What will you leave behind? What will your legacy be?

Join us this Earth Day in standing together and challenging the status-quo. Everything, every facet of life can be made better, even our final choice.

Let’s ensure what we leave behind is not a burden on the next generation, but an example of how things can be, things should be.

Be remembered for something great… be remembered for making a difference.

Happy Earth Day