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Nov. 13, 2012 /PRNewswire/ -- Onteco Corporation (OTC.QB: "ONTC"), (the "Company", or "Onteco"), announced today that its President,
Jorge Schcolnik, was a key speaker at the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission at its meetings in the cities of
Santiago in the
Republic of Chile, held
October 26-31, 2012.
The meetings were held as a result of cooperation agreements among the Border Environmental Cooperation Commission and several Chilean entities. Schcolnik was invited to address the subject of forming an "Economic Sustainable Economy in a Friendly Environment". The speech addressed most of the challenges any government must face in the process of job creation within a safe environment for its citizens.
The strategic intent of Schcolnik's participation in the meeting was to address several solutions and programs in regards the subject and at the same time introducing as part of such solution the Company and its advanced technologies with a multinational audience of thought and opinion leaders charged with solving long term economic and environmental problems.
About Onteco Corporation
Onteco Corporation was founded to develop innovative, practical and cost-effective solutions to some of the most significant global environmental challenges. Today, the Company is broadening its operational footprint into rapidly growing consumer markets, while continuing to focus on technologies to increase the efficient use of energy, and improve the recycling of consumer products.
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