Wednesday, September 9, 2009

Calgary-based EcoBalance spruce up air quality

With the average Calgarian (CA) responsible for anywhere between four and six tonnes of carbon dioxide emissions each year, a new local company hopes its work in southern Alberta will help reverse a growing carbon footprint.

Calgary-based EcoBalance Canada launched last month and has begun planting spruce trees in the Kananaskis area on behalf of customers to both reduce CO2 emissions and inhibit the destructive mountain pine beetles from attacking local forests.

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