Totally Green Inc. gets stock infusion, credit, for growth
The company ranked No. 3 on the Oklahoma Inc. list of top-performing bulletin board stocks in 2012. It listed customers including Oklahoma State University, the University of Tulsa and Dallas Cowboys Stadium as users of its ORCA Green Food Composter.
The website lists several Oklahomans among the company's leadership including Rob Phillips, former president and CEO, who is still a director. However, a $5 million investment and $15 million credit line provided by Toronto-based York Plains Investment Corp. led to changes including a new managing director and chairman, both in Toronto. The website now reports Totally Green as located in Toronto — which would bump it from the local rankings next year.
In any case, Oklahomans appear to still be involved in the company, and state and regional businesses and institutions are among customers using the ORCA food composter. Totally Green lists customers including Oklahoma State University, the University of Tulsa, Tulsa Convention Center, BOK Center and the Dallas Cowboys Stadium among its marquee customers.
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