Las Vegas, NV (PRWEB) October 23, 2009
The Little Italy Foundation and the Mopfund plan on financing the projects in the Nevada and Washington state areas. Mopfund and Little Italy Foundation continue to report on companies believed to make the world a better place. Companies covered help to create more employment in the United States. Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp posted this to draw attention to companies that support employment, security, education and a healthy environment. Dr. Mel Laney, Consigliere Delegato for Little Italy Foundation, and Dr. Joseph de Beauchamp, President of the Mopfund, found that International Alloy and Texas Wyoming Drilling (TWDL, public symbol) and Eco-Crete intend to employ and train veterans for improving health in Nevada State.
International Alloy and TWDL have calcium carbonate resources believed to expunge the human body of toxic substances, such as Agent Orange. Medical research plans to be conducted to help clean air and water for a healthier world. Many of the disabled veterans wish to remove these harmful substances. International Alloy and TWDL and Eco-Crete have programs to recycle electronics for valuable strategic metals in the defense of our country, and causing employment in the area. With strategic alloys and metals, cleaning the air and water is important for the general health of the public, and impacting employment to solve these concerns. This high demand sector looks as a strong growth industry for the future.
International Alloy, TWDL and Eco-Crete established offices in Nevada. There are plans to build additional facilities across the United States. Their medical research facility will be part of Veterans Hospitals and hospitals throughout the USA. The principals of the companies are discussing these developments with Military Officers Association of America (MOAA) and Yellow Ribbon Foundation in order to help the health and employment for veterans.
About International Alloy, TWDL and Eco-Crete: The companies plan to submit for federal and state grants to fund the project. The Little Italy Foundation and the Mopfund plan on financing the projects in the Nevada area. The companies anticipate the project to be around eleven million dollars, and more upon completion with improved jobs in the local areas.
Donald Pehrson, CEO, Eco-Crete
Al Roensch, Investor Relations, TWDL
Roy Davis, Public Relations, IA