Marcus Hiles suggests smart and limited use of lights, refrigeration, entertainment and cleaning appliances. Simply switching from old, incandescent light bulbs to compact fluorescent lights can reduce up to 80% of the energy required to operate them, and new light emitting diodes (LED) perform even better. Water is a significant source of emissions in most first-world countries, with over ten gallons used per person per day. Taking shorter, cooler showers, fewer baths, and turning off the faucet when brushing or shaving are a few simple conservation techniques.
Marcus Hiles is a renowned Texas real estate investor and developer. Over the course of three decades, Hiles has utilized his ability to anticipate market trends to carefully select real estate parcels and build stunning developments that include private lakes, large parks, vineyards, and access to championship golf courses. A graduate of Pepperdine and Rice universities, Hiles has worked to alleviate hardships for economically disadvantaged women and children and completely funded the construction of two large churches in Texas and Massachusetts.
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