Calling all Ecopreneurs: Environmental Waste Solutions Offers Lucrative Green Business Opportunity in a Down Market

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EWS is now accepting inquiries from those entrepreneurs (and ecopreneurs) who are interested in learning more about how they can benefit from this lucrative green business opportunity.

No one can predict the future, but you can prepare for it. By embarking on a new venture as an Affiliate with Environmental Waste Solutions (EWS), you will ensure that your financial future will sustain itself through down markets. Since 1974, EWS has been launching ecopreneurs into new green business opportunities with their proven business model. Located in Baton Rouge, Louisiana, EWS is readily able to assist new Affiliates around the country with extensive training and consulting services, and will work closely with their Affiliates to partner with them through joint ventures as well to help fuel their success.

The goal at EWS is to assist companies in developing green business practices, and very few small businesses can also offer their Affiliates the potential for earning a six-figure income while doing well for the environment. "For reasons that are obvious, Affiliates have been succeeding in the business of waste removal. With more companies having to legally (albeit morally) comply with environmental laws as to how to not only dispose of their trash but how to limit excess that is filling up our landfills, people have become more creative in finding various waste disposal solutions while also cutting costs," states Darwyn Williams, President and Founder "We are only scratching the surface when it comes to green business opportunities available to us even in a down market."

EWS Affiliates around the country have been consulting with customers from large food processors and manufacturers to the local supermarket. They have realized a gain in customer accounts because more companies and small businesses have recognized that being green affects their bottom line, despite current economic conditions. EWS Affiliates are thriving even when other companies are in the midst of lay-offs and job outsourcing. According to Diana Shapiro, Vice President, many of their newer Affiliates decided to jump on the "green" business bandwagon while they still had employment, but were heading for job loss. With one short phone call to EWS Corporate offices, they were fast on their way of securing their future, by their own choices.

"Not only have our EWS waste management consultants been saving their customers thousands of dollars by providing them with solution as to how to cut their waste disposal costs, our Affiliates have financially benefited through this learned expertise," adds Shapiro, "On average our waste management consultants earn $8,000 per month, who wouldn't recognized the green (no pun intended) business opportunity with that potential level of earnings."

EWS is now accepting inquiries from those entrepreneurs (and ecopreneurs) who are interested in learning more about how they can benefit from this lucrative green business opportunity. Our Corporate Headquarters can be reached at


Established in 1994 by President and Founder, Darwyn Williams, Environmental Waste Solutions has had the opportunity to save millions of dollars for companies from coast to coast. EWS affiliates are trained to scrutinize the approach that companies take to waste and recycling, saving them money and earning EWS commissions on savings. We are proud to have established our company as one that can be depended on to offer clients a Win-Win approach to waste management--a concept that will come as a breath of fresh air to virtually every company in every industry.

Although Environmental Waste Solutions is headquartered in Baton Rouge and Florida, our affiliates are located across the United States and Canada--taking full advantage of the increasing demand for efficient waste management in virtually every market.

Environmental Waste Solutions is a member of the Solid Waste Association of America, the National Recycling Coalition, the National Business Opportunity Bureau and the Better Business Bureau.


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