SOURCE: Eco Global Corporation

March 24, 2010 09:00 ET

Eco Global Corporation Has Submitted Its "Flex Designed" for Mexico

SPRING VALLEY, CA--(Marketwire - March 24, 2010) -  Eco Global Corporation (OTCBB: ECOG) announced today that it is offering a new design using its Patented Inca Block Construction System to construct its "Flex D House," a Flexible House Design that can be built in phases. Phase 1 is a 388 square foot studio home for the families' first home, Phase 2 integrates with Phase 1 and allows the owner to expand to a 521 square feet house with one bedroom. Phase 3 is added again without major changes which allows the owner to expand to 670 square feet when one more room is needed, the house can grow to a maximum of 1340 square feet on a second floor format. All models come with gray water recycling, solar water heaters and solar panel optional. These designs are being considered now by government agencies and several large developers.

Daniel D. Correa, President, stated, "Combining the 'Flex D' design, the Patented Inca Block Building System, the use of green building material gives Eco Global a distinct advantage in bidding for large projects for developing nations and/or affected natural disaster areas. The Incablock system allows for the builder to leave a specially designed feature in the wall to allow continuing the addition without having to break the original wall, making it easy and inexpensive to grow as you go. Another important consideration is the financing structure. Many areas in the globe are on a cash basis only and pay as you build is very attractive and necessary.

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