New Eco Products Seen as Game-Changers for Government and Ordinary Americans to Be Unveiled Wednesday

Terradime Modular™ to Launch Cutting-Edge New Products

Industry Innovations Ecoplex™ and Smart-e™

Oct 11, 2010, 11:18 ET from Terradime Modular

WASHINGTON, Oct. 11 /PRNewswire/ -- Terradime Modular™, a manufacturing and innovation enterprise focused on energy efficient innovations, will unveil cutting-edge products designed to help people conserve energy and live cleaner, healthier lives.

WHO:  Terradime Modular™

WHAT: A press conference and unveiling of new, cutting-edge products:

Whether its news coverage of disasters in places like New Orleans or Haiti, it is difficult to watch as stories unfold that showcase a lack of good solutions.  An international product launch is being held to showcase a product that is the first fresh solution to the toxic boxes that were used to shelter people during Hurricanes Katrina and Rita.  

Created by researchers at Carnegie Mellon University, The Ecoplex™ modular trailer is the first in the industry that does not contain cancer causing toxins, can be mass manufactured and is easy to ship.  It's made purely of healthy materials and is 100% recyclable, so it won't leak toxins into a landfill.  For use in natural disasters, this is the first, true solution that many entities like FEMA have been waiting for.  It is also designed for use as mobile offices, medical clinics, schools and by the entertainment and construction industries.

Designed to replace the thermostat, The Smart-e™ is a unique energy management system that allows people to control their home or office from anywhere in the world and makes subtle suggestions that increase comfort, conserve energy and save money.  On vacation? Smart-e™ makes it easy to remotely turn on and off lights, adjust temperatures, or unlock an alarm system.  At work or stuck in traffic? The product allows an individual to connect via a computer or smartphone to see if they turned off the lights before leaving the house or turn up the heat before arriving home.  It offers a simple way for anyone to conserve energy.

WHERE: Exhibit Hall A, Walter E. Washington Convention Center, Washington D.C.

WHEN: 9:30 a.m. on Wednesday, October 13, 2010

SOURCE Terradime Modular