Marcus Hiles has seen the demand rise for open-air spaces that are sustainable and reduce costs. Eco-friendly choices such as rainwater/graywater harvesting and permeable pavement are leading the way. Utilizing a rooftop collection system, rainwater harvesting redirects moisture from the air to wells to be treated and repurposed on-site; graywater takes previously used domestic wastewater and recirculates it for rest rooms and non-drinking purposes, lessening the need for fresh water and lowering the amount of sterilization. Permeable paving allows rain to pass through paving material, gravel, fabric, sand before becoming absorbed by the earth, significantly reducing pollution.
Marcus Hiles, Dallas based Chairman and CEO of Western Rim Properties, has established upmarket rental communities across Dallas/Fort Worth, Austin, Houston, New Braunfels, and San Antonio. The renowned property authority and philanthropist has changed the landscape of the Lone Star state through the development of his energy-efficient luxury rentals and an unwavering commitment to the environment.
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