Marcus Hiles, an acclaimed real estate developer in Texas, advocates the significance of environmental preservation. “I am dedicated to incorporating nature in making communities as a way to decrease the planet’s carbon footprint,” he notes. Such outlook of the leader of Western Rim Property Services was visualized at the state of Texas where more than 15,000 expensive rental apartments and townhomes erect. As a prime example of his nature-friendly building processes, he ensures that all the appliances set up in the houses have ENERGY STICKERS of the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency. A total amount of 283.2 million metric tons of carbon dioxide discharged in the US have been decreased since the establishment of ENERGY STAR in the year of 1992. Yearly fee of power bills for an ordinary Texas is $1650 and $400 more per year for individuals who utilize natural gas as well but since there are electric efficient appliances in houses, those charges are minimized up to 50%.