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Oct. 4, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Green Energy Renewable Solutions, Inc. (OTCQB: EWRL) today announced that it is relocating its corporate headquarters to the city of
Detroit, and will begin operating from its new location as early as next week.
Green Energy Renewable Solutions has been working with representatives from the state of
Michigan and cities of
Highland Park to finalize plans for development of deconstruction and renewable energy capabilities. The Company will closely support
Detroit and Metro Area plans for community revitalization and green industry development. Green Energy Renewable Solutions is proceeding with short-term plans to establish its Construction and Demolition Debris (C&D) deconstruction and conversion plant in the
Detroit market. The Company is developing plans to introduce clean energy capabilities which will provide community-distributed electrical power.
"Our Company shares the same commitment to support recycling, green energy and green technology as the
City of Detroit, surrounding communities and the state of Michigan. We believe this is the ideal location for Green Energy Renewable Solutions to focus our development plans. Our Detroit operations will become the model for future community development as we implement our replication plan," said
Joe DuRant, CEO of Green Energy Renewable Solutions, Inc.
The Company's new headquarters will be located at 243 West Congress, Ste. 350,
About Green Energy Renewable Solutions, Inc.
Green Energy Renewable Solutions is a developer and operator of municipal solid waste and construction and demolition waste deconstruction and recycling facilities. The Company operates with long-term supply agreements to process waste materials into valuable recyclables and reduce waste volume going into landfills by up to 85%. Green Energy Renewable Solutions has developed a strategic plan to create sustainable renewable energy with waste-to-energy power plants fueled by waste derived fuels.