Premier Equity Advisors, LLC is pleased to announce that Eagle Oil Holding Company Inc. (EGOH:OTC) Has Purchased An Equity Stake in the company.

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Premier Group International Inc. and The ERC Group© are subsidiaries of Premier Equity Advisors.  Premier Group developed the world’s first protocol for 100% pure plastics.  The ERC Group©, in conjunction with PGI Int’l, has accomplished the goal of being the first recognized licensor of plastic  food storage products and other plastics that contain animal stearates or fats.  Together, these two companies together will have a positive impact on the lives of millions who require that there be no animal stearates or fats in their daily lives.

For the first time ever, an enormous amount of people  will be able to purchase products made with ERC© certified plastics not only for religious groups (Muslims, Jews et al.) but also for others as well.  These would include Vegans and health-conscious individuals, all of whom do not want undesirable ingredients such as animal byproducts leaching into their food from plastic wraps, storage containers, et al.

Manny Volk, CEO of PEA LLC, stated: “By ensuring 100% purity standards in plastic products, we will be providing safety to an ever-growing world of concerned people.” The investment that Eagle Oil Holding Company Inc. (EGOH:OTC)  has made will be major milestone in the Purity in Plastics initiative started by PGI Inc. several years ago in the U.S. and has now spread to countries throughout the world.

About PEA

PEA LLC is a commerce venture holding company, managing the assets of PGI Inc. and The ERC© Group, LLC in order to become the world leader in the “Purity in Plastics” movement.  The company is headquartered in Fairfield, New Jersey.  For more information, visit www.pregrp.com

 

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Senator Schumer Requests Plastic Wrap Investigation for Impurity

Our sincere appreciation goes to Sen. Chuck Shumer for recognizing the dangers of phthalates in plastic food wraps and many other everyday plastic products that touch our lives!Schumer

http://www.washingtontimes.com/news/2017/jul/31/chuck-schumer-gets-nanny-tough-fast-food-wraps/

Hawaii has a serious trash problem www.cnn.com

Originally, some thought a Japanese tsunami caused an uptick in trash flooding Hawaii’s shoreline, but a new survey suggests otherwise.  Plastic that has dangerous chemicals used to euthanize animals, et al.  is washing up on what we use to think of as paradise.  Premier Classic Products has the answer to a lot of this problem.  Visit http://www.pregrp.comHawaii 2

http://www.cnn.com/2016/06/03/us/hawaii-island-trash-problem-irpt/

 

Hats off to NBC News for the report on Consumers Prefer ‘Honest Brands”!

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In a recent report from NBC News’ Nicole Audrey, she states that “73% of consumers said that they would be willing to pay more for a product that offers complete transparency.”  That is why we make Premier Classic Products 100% plastic food containers.  Visit:pregrp.com for details.  Read the article at the link below.

http://www.nbcnews.com/business/consumer/consumers-prefer-honest-brands-are-willing-pay-extra-them-n644916

What is the Harvard School of Health Saying about plastic?

  • Local and state governments are banning the sale of baby bottles that contain the chemical bisphenol A (BPA), creating a confusing patchwork of regulations.
  • But the U.S. Food and Drug Administration (FDA) and most comparable agencies around the world maintain that the chemical is safe.
  • They cite a lack of human research data that BPA poses health problems, while discounting considerable animal evidence that the chemical is hazardous.

Questions:

  • Why do countries (like Canada) ban BPA?
  • Harvard showed that students who drank soda from steel cans one week and from plastic bottles the following week had a 69% increase of BPA in their systems. Do we need more evidence?
  • The American Chemistry Council issued a statement in 2010 that there should be a modernization of the regulatory laws.
  • Nothing has been done to date. Why no10996310_10152915988239934_1763325422781426498_n