I hear that statement all the time. Everybody likes to talk about going green, but if it costs anything, the eyes glaze over, and the conversation is over. So is that really true?
The situation with the economy is dire. I understand. There are many people who have lost their jobs. I understand. How can I understand? I'm one of them. I was also part of a corporate lay-off earlier this year. I am divorced, so I have no other back-up income. I do understand -- more than you know.
What I'd like to find out, and maybe you can help me with this -- Is it better to produce a product that will last, and function without a problem, or produce a product that will have to have parts replaced because the finished product has parts with less durability? It seems that everyone wants the product, but they want a cheaper version. I really want to know what you think.
Our goal at Unique Renewables, LLC is to make our products from quality parts, including appropriate pumps that won't burn out with regular use. The issue with that, though, is that the parts cost more to us. Are we on the right track? Or have we totally missed the point?
Let me hear from you! I appreciate your feedback!