Not only will this ensure a sustainable planet for future generations, but it also provides much-needed assistance to families in need, especially during difficult economic times.
Brambleton, VA (PRWEB) October 23, 2008
Giving old products a new life, eCocoMarket.com today announced the launch of its grass-roots web-based classified advertising venue for environmentally conscious individuals, companies and organizations around the world. With most transactions free of charge, the website aims to minimize unnecessary waste by encouraging and enabling more efficient product donation, reuse and recycling.
Today's consumer remains challenged to find effective and earth-friendly means of disposal for items they no longer need or want. eCocoMarket.com was launched to solve this problem, while simultaneously minimizing pollution, greenhouse gases and global climate change caused by mounting landfills and waste incineration processes.
eCocoMarket.com provides free and low-cost advertising options for all household items including furniture, bedding, dinnerware and clothing, as well as metals, plastics, automotive parts, industrial and musical instruments. The easy-to-use marketplace promotes trade and donation of unused products to individuals, organizations, businesses and charities in need.
"We're thrilled to provide a global marketplace where anyone can post or respond to trade and donation advertisements," states Vaughn Bullard, CEO of eCocoModo, Inc. "Not only will this ensure a sustainable planet for future generations, but it also provides much-needed assistance to families in need, especially during difficult economic times."
To learn more about the marketplace and global community, visit http://www.eCocoMarket.com.
About eCocoModo, Inc.
Founded in 2008 by environmentalist and philanthropist Vaughn Bullard, eCocoModo, Inc. promotes services and solutions that enable global trade and recycling. Its flagship web-based community, eCocoMarket.com, connects a worldwide membership base committed to philanthropy and waste reduction via responsible recycling activities.