Eccotopia Developing Megafolia© Plantations in South Africa

Eccotopia Megafolia© plantations can provide phytoremediation of ground water and topsoil, biofuel production, timber production, and biomass-to-energy production in South Africa.


Cape Town, South Africa, January 11, 2013 –(– Julian Moses, President of Symphony Trade and Investment 57 (Pty) Ltd, a wholly owned subsidiary of Eccotopia Ltd.,, announced today that Eccotopia is in the process of planning and developing the implementation and management of Megafolia© tree plantations in South Africa for a variety of uses, including Phytoremediation of ground water and topsoil, biofuel production, timber production, biomass-to-energy production and carbon sequestration. Those involved have organized assets within the targeted geographic territory including political support, land, and capital investment.

Upon the successful implementation of projects, Eccotopia (, founded and developed on the basis of over 30 years of research and development in the fields of forestry, farming, business and agricultural investments with a focus on sustainability, will have the exclusive marketing and development rights in specified geographic territories or regions, to include South Africa.

Symphony Trade and Investment 57, PTY is an executive management, economic development and marketing organization located in the country of South Africa. The company has developed on-ground assets and identified opportunities to address environmental and commercial opportunities in South Africa for forest/plantation development including groundwater remediation, power generation and biofuel production.

About Eccotopia:
Eccotopia ( has developed a number of significant strategic alliances with environmental industry partners. We offer not only innovative, patented technologies of our own, but also an unmatched ability to provide experienced, objective third-party testing and evaluation of new technologies and cutting-edge approaches to site remediation, decentralization, forestation programs and pollution control.

We understand the dynamics of combining ecological and environmental improvements with industrialization and profitability. We have begun to explore linkages between ecology and economics, looking to create new kinds of partnerships and enterprise out of environmental protection and restoration initiatives. Eccotopia’s principal commitments are to our partners and the environment.

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