EcoLiveGreen - About Us

COMPANY OVERVIEW

Products/Services: EcoLiveGreen lamps are designed to be used in commercial and residential buildings to replace conventional drop ceiling troffers and to replace the fluorescent bulbs used in existing troffers.

Business Description: Founded in 2005, EcoLiveGreen is a public incubator company involved in the development of energy saving and environmentally friendly products in the lighting, wastewater, studio, and other industries. EcoLiveGreen has been granted, has pending and applied for patents for a revolutionary commercial lighting technology, wastewater separation system, and studio reverberation system. EcoLiveGreen develops its products to the point of production ready and then establishes relationships with factories ready to produce its products.

The advantages of the drop ceiling troffer replacement are: easy installation and no licensed electrician required as they are very light weight and are simply placed into a drop ceiling where a ceiling tile is normally installed and are connected via a low voltage connector. They last up to 5 times longer than conventional fluorescent lamps. They are dimmable in two ways: they automatically dim when ambient light is bright and they may be manually set. They can also interface with smart technology, so they may be controlled by an energy management system if desired, or dimmed remotely. They are color adjustable, with factory models being adjustable between standard fluorescent white and soft white (similar to incandescent). The lumen output potential of either the 2'x2' or 2'x4' models is equivalent to standard drop ceiling troffers containing three 4 ft T8 bulbs. Models are available using EcoLiveGreen’s CCFL technology and LED technology to achieve the same features.

A second product is a fluorescent bulb replacement that will work with a standard existing troffer, no ballast change is required. It contains the same technology and features as the drop ceiling tile. Target Markets: Drop ceiling model: sales to general contractors, interior designers, architects. Fluorescent bulb replacement model sales to retail customers, all of the above and commercial building managers. Also, licensing of technology to big players in the lighting industry.

 

Target Markets: Drop ceiling model: sales to general contractors, interior designers, architects. Fluorescent bulb replacement model sales to retail customers, all of the above and commercial building managers. Also, licensing of technology to big players in the lighting industry.

 

Customers: Commercial building owners and managers.

 

Key Problems Solved for Customers: (1) Non-dimmable fluorescents, requires ballast change to comply with new dimming light laws in California, soon to be mandated elsewhere, solved by EcoLiveGreen dimmable fluorescent bulb replacement model requiring no ballast change. The drop ceiling model solves dimmability problem where complete troffer replacements or new offices are being fitted with ceiling lighting. The energy savings is good for the environment and reduces high energy costs. (2) Unhealthy and psychologically damaging fluorescent light color problem in offices is solved with color adjustment. (3) Troffer installation by licensed electrician is no longer required, this product is Class B low voltage, and is plug and play. It drops into ceiling tile space, and one wire is plugged into it; job done. Only the power distribution unit must be installed by a licensed electrician, and will then be mounted in the ceiling. (4) The bulbs last up to 5 time longer than conventional fluorescents, thus maintenance costs due to bulb replacement is lower, which also reduces the mercury risk to the environment as these bulbs are smaller containing less mercury than regular fluorescents, and the longer life reduces the number of used bulbs that could potentially leak mercury into the environment when disposed of improperly. 

 

Technologies/IP: Patent granted on 3 lamp models. Additional surrounding patents are pending. Patents pending on wastewater separation and speaker system.
 


MANAGEMENT


Len Bryan - President, Secretary and Director

Mr. Bryan is an Electrical and Software Engineer with a BSEE degree from Florida Atlantic University in 1977 and an AAE degree from Palm Beach State College in 1975. During the past thirty (30) years, Mr. Bryan has been a consultant to the Avionics and Sound Studio industries. He has performed engineering services for Honeywell, Eaton, Rockwell, Sony, Stanton, and others. More recently, over the past five (5) years, Mr. Bryan has been president of Mag-E Tech, Inc., a closely-held private corporation developing lighting and bulb replacement systems. The Lighting Technology previously owned by Mag-E Tech, Inc. has been transferred to EcoLiveGreen.

Paul L. Culler - Vice President and Director

Mr. Culler has spent the last 40 years of in the field of water purification by semi-permeable membrane processes, from the year of their commercial conception in 1969. During that time period he founded two US Companies and several International ones. His knowledge bank ranges from system manufacturing to turnkey design/build contracts for major desalting facilities located in many parts of the world. Since 2003 he has consulted to the membrane industry.

His credits include the conception and commercialization of Membrane Softening in the late 1970's. Also, Culler originated the use of structural fiberglass in the construction of desalting facilities, and pioneered the commercialization of low-pressure membranes.

His many years of experience are exemplified by a long list of desalination installations with which he has been associated. The list is long in potable applications for membrane softening, brackish and seawater desalination with a number of industrial users for both process and boiler feed water demineralization. Over the years Culler has authored numerous papers associated with water desalination.

Culler is founder and past Director of the Southeast Desalting Association (SEDA), having received its Lifetime Achievement Award in 2009. In addition, over the years he has been active in the American Desalting (ADA, now AMTA); International Desalting Association (IDA) and AWWA.


Alfred H. Tracy III - Vice President, Chief Financial Officer and Director

Mr. Tracy is a Computer Science Consultant who graduated with a BS in Computer Science in 1985 from University of North Florida and an MS in Computer Science from Florida State University in 1987. During the past five (5) years, Mr. Tracy has been Vice President / Director of MAG-E Tech, Inc., a closely-held private corporation developing lighting and bulb replacement systems. He has also been the Director of US Operations for DC Bars, a Russian & US based company since 2004. Mr. Tracy was also a director of Information Architects until September, 2008.

 

CONTACT ECOLIVEGREEN

Address:
EcoLiveGreen Corp. 7076 Spyglass Avenue, Parkland, FL 33076
E-mail:
info@ecolivegreen.com
Phone:
954-599-3672