Founded in 2000, EcoQuest International is a Christ-centered company with a global mission to bring clean air, pure water, and alternative energy to families everywhere. EcoQuest began as a spin-off the successes of a 16-year old marketing /manufacturing giant. It all started with a company called Alpine Technologies, Formerly Alpine Industries. EcoQuest detached from Alpine in January 2000. EcoQuest International holds the exclusive marketing rights for products from Alpine Technologies. My sources tell me that Alpine has on several occasions been ordered by the courts to stop making unsubstantiated claims about its products.
EcoQuest International still holds the exclusive marketing rights for products from Alpine Technologies, the world’s largest manufacturer of air and water purification systems. While both companies have been headquartered in Greeneville, TN since 1996, William Converse founded Alpine in 1986 and, under his proprietary and quality control, more than four million systems have been sold worldwide. Converse has a foundation in science, and as an industry leader carries a strong desire for improved environmental quality, as well as a commitment to the continued success of the company’s Home Office employees and EcoQuest’s 150,000 dealers around the world.
EcoQuest International detached from Alpine in January 2000 to focus on research and development for water and air purification technology, as well as an expansion of it’s product base.
Both Alpine and EcoQuest continue to receive global recognition. According to my sources, Ecoquest has been featured in Success Magazine and in 1998, the Inc. 500 ranked them as the 84th fastest growing company in the nation. “EcoQuest’s Infinity2 line of nutritionals hit a homerun at the 2001 World Series” with players from both the New York Yankees and the Arizona Diamondbacks purchasing and using the Infinity2 products because of their enhanced energy levels, endurance, and performance.
Another testimony to the power of this nutritional line comes from the Minister of Health in Russia (the equivalent of the United States Surgeon General) who selected Infinity2′s LifeForce Super Antioxidant for the children of Chernobyl, due to it’s superior ability to fight free radicals.
In addition, Master Handymen across the country are stamping their approval on Alpine’s Living Air(TM) and Living Water(TM) purifiers. The Handyman Club of America’s national panel of professional do-it-yourselfers highly recommends Alpine’s technologically advanced systems, sold exclusively to homeowners by EcoQuest International.
EcoQuest and Alpine’s market dominance has allowed them to do great things in their community, and abroad. Most recently they were given the opportunity to help the Pentagon with more than $6,000 in donations of air purification systems following the events of September 11 because of their scientifically proven ability to eliminate smoke and odors. Additionally, in a joint effort with EcoQuest’s network of businesspeople, the companies donated over 200 air purification units, one to every fire station in New York City.
I am concerned about the pure air machines sold by Ecoquest, designed to make your air cleaner. I’m concerned because I’ve been told that the machines emit ozone and that ozone can make people feel sick.
There’s a $35 Annual Dealer Fee to be a distributor for Ecoquest.
Ecoquest is also heavy into the water purification business. One of their products is called “LIVING WATER” and they claim it’s the healthiest water purification system ever developed. They say It goes beyond conventional filtration and reverse osmosis, employing ozone and ultraviolet light to actually destroy and remove microorganisms.
Their other major product is called “WIND TREE” and it’s a residential or commercial roof mounted horizontal wind energy system that can provide most if not a surplus of the electrical energy needs for the normal home with only a 3mph breeze. All power companies are required to pay the consumer a rebate for all extra energy! It will cost about one-third what the normal windmill costs today. They say their goal is this: No power bills and a monthly check from power companies.
This is not the first time EcoQuest (formerly known as Alpine Industries) has been on the cutting-edge of breakthrough innovation.
Alpine Founder Bill Converse is the inventor of the