Company Name: Eco Building Products, Inc.
Trading Symbol: ECOB
Co. Website: http://www.ecob.net/
Address: 909 West Vista Way, Vista, CA 92083
Phone: (760) 732-5826
Market Value: $644,964
Auth Shares: 10,000,000,000
Public Float: 583,801,762
(All information was obtained from OTCmarkets.com)
Who Is Eco Building Products (OTCPINK:ECOB)?
Necessity is the Mother of Invention
That saying could never be more true for Eco. Eco was founded in 2005 as EcoBlu Products resultant of the need for dramatic change in the lumber and building industry. EcoBlu has now evolved with better products, chemistry and protection into Eco Building Products, Inc.
The Leader in Lumber Protection
Eco is the premier manufacturer of proprietary wood products coated with Eco Red Shield™, our exclusive eco-friendly chemistry that protects against mold, rot-decay, termites and now fire. Lumber is back as the best building material and invite you to learn more about our products, as well as what makes today’s framing lumber different and more susceptible to mold, termites and fire.
Focused on Sustainability
From the beginning Eco has been focused on the environment, being sustainable, green and ahead of the curve when it comes to health standards and fire safety. Our ultimate goal is keeping families around the world healthy and safe in their own home and to help protect the environment for generations to come. Thining for our children’s children rather than ourselves.
ECO RED SHIELD™
BUILDING DEPARTMENTS CONTACTED & MANUFACTURER APPROVALS
Eco Building Products, Inc. is dedicated to providing the consumer with the very best technology in protected lumber. Eco’s protected lumber products and research are recognized for increasing a structure’s resistance to the natural enemies that all homes and/or structures face. Not only are we commited to ‘protecting’ building products, we are commited to protecting YOU.
In support of our commitment to you, Eco Building Products, Inc. recently announced that Eco Red ShieldTM coatings received an evaluation report (ESR# 3255) from ICC Evaluation Service (ICC-ES). Building officials, architects, contractors, specifiers, designers and others utilize ICC-ES Evaluation Reports to provide a basis for using or approving Eco Red Shield coated lumber products in construction projects under the International Acceptance Criteria “AC433” Code.
Eco Red Shield protected lumber has changed the game, and it is now that we shift gears from product/technology acceptance and implementation, to product/technology education. Eco’s teams are out and about, calling on every Building Department, Fire Department, and Municipality in the United States.
In addition to educating our country’s Building Code and Public Safety officials, Eco is making partnerships, teaming up with the biggest and best names in the Building & Construction Industry. As we make these vital connections, we will post them on our wesbite with detailed supporting information, in an effort to provide you with the very best in customer service.
Here at Eco, we are commited to excellence in and all we do. With the birth of our ICC-ES ESR, and as a courtesy to the Building Officials and Code Enforcement professionals, we are reaching out to Building Departments across the Nation in an effort to inform them of our new ESR. Our goal is to inform the Authority before our Eco Red Shield lumber products show up in their market. Click HERE to view the current list of Building Departments that have been contacted.
Several manufacturer’s of different wood products have approved Eco Red ShieldTM coatings based upon review of technical testing data. Click HERE to view the approval statements.
ECO Building Products announced today that its Eco Red Shield Wood Protection Coating is listed as a “Disodium Octaborate Tetrahydrate” (DOT) treatment chemical for coating wood members in ICC-ES ESR-3255 code report. DOT is a preservative-treated wood product listed by Simpson Strong-Tie® in their catalogs and in their Technical Bulletin entitled “Preservative Treated Wood (Dated 2008) in Table 1 on Page 4. Please refer to attached link www.strongtie.com/ftp/bulletins/T-PTWOOD08-R.pdf for Simpson Strong-Tie’s corrosion recommendations.
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