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Unique Green Tech Could Offer One of the Most Compelling Opportunities in a Potential $3.4 Trillion Market(B)

In What Could Be a Watershed Moment, Clean Vision Corp.’s Subsidiary Just Signed an LOI to Build a $30Mn Waste Plastic-to-Energy Pyrolysis Plant

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August 24, 2021
CLNV – Clean Vision’s Clean-Seas Files Patent for Its Global Plastic Conversion Network

Funding for green technology companies is off the charts.

According to Bloomberg NEF:

“A record $501 billion was pumped into energy transition in 2020.” In addition, “BNEF’s analysis shows that companies, governments and households invested $303.5 billion in new renewable energy capacity in 2020, up 2% on the year, helped by the biggest-ever build-out of solar projects and a $50 billion surge for offshore wind. They also spent $139 billion on electric vehicles and associated charging infrastructure, up 28% and a new record.”(A)

By 2030, funding could snowball to an estimated $3.4 trillion.(B)

Along the way, it could fuel massive upside potential for Clean Vision Corp. (OTC:CLNV); a revolutionary green company that promises to clean the seas for good.

Here’s the Problem…

The world’s oceans are polluted with waste.(1)

Landfills are reaching capacity.(1)

According to the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN):(6)

  • About 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year. Of that, at least approx. 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year and make up about 80% of all marine debris from surface waters to deep-sea sediments.
  • Marine species ingest or are entangled by plastic debris.
  • Plastic pollution threatens food safety and quality, human health, coastal tourism and contributes to climate change.
  • Recycling and reuse of plastic products and supporting research and innovation to develop new products to replace single-use plastics are also necessary to prevent and reduce plastic pollution.

Fortunately, a company like Clean Vision Corp. (OTC:CLNV) exists to help.

Just Who is Clean Vision Corp. (OTC:CLNV)?

Clean Vision Corp is a mergers and acquisitions (M&A) organization that identifies leading companies and technologies focused on clean technology solutions, sustainability, and renewable energy. Clean Vision also focuses on companies that can serve the global market needs of today and the future. This is supported by consultancy services, connecting organizations to new verticals, accelerating a company’s time to market.

At the moment, the company supports two subsidiaries:

  • Clean-Seas – a solutions provider developing plastic recycling technologies and reducing the amount of waste that flows into the world’s oceans.
  • 100Bio—which develops and manufactures biodegradable Styrofoam for food services and all types of disposable packaging.

Let’s start with Clean-Seas and the New Plastic Economy 

Clean-Seas works with community stakeholders from government, business, and NGOs to identify plastic waste stream challenges. It then aims to design, fund, and implement innovative technology solutions such as pyrolysis and gasification.

According to McKinsey and Company:(1)

“Pyrolysis is an invaluable technology to treat mixed polymer streams, which mechanical recycling technologies cannot handle.”

“If plastics demand follows its current trajectory, global plastics-waste volumes would grow from 260 million tons per year in 2016 to 460 million tons per year by 2030, taking what is already a serious environmental problem to a whole new level. In the face of public outcry about global plastics pollution, the chemical industry is starting to mobilize on this issue. We also believe there are opportunities to build a new and profitable branch of the industry based on recycled plastics, which our research suggests could represent a profit pool of as much as $55 billion a year worldwide by 2030.”

Bar none, Pyrolysis may be one of the top recycling solutions.

  • Pyrolysis is a thermochemical treatment. It can be applied to any organic (carbon-based) product. In this treatment, the material is exposed to high temperatures. Then, in the absence of oxygen, it goes through a chemical and physical separation into different molecules.(1)
  • Plastic pyrolysis is a chemical reaction. This reaction involves the molecular breakdown of large groups of molecules into smaller groups in the presence of heat. Pyrolysis is also known as thermal cracking. The resulting outputs of “cracking” plastic are: pyrolysis oil, syngas, and char.(1)
  • These products can be used to power generators for energy production, refined into marine and road quality diesel fuels, and activated carbon for water purification.(1)

It Gets Better, Too: Clean-Seas Just Signed an LOI to Build and Operate a $30 Million Waste Plastic-to-Energy Pyrolysis Plant in Africa(4)

Clean-Seas just signed an LOI to build and operate a waste plastic-to-energy pyrolysis plant in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with a $30 million CAPEX price.(4)

Kinshasa is the capital and the largest city of the DRC, with a 2021 population of 15 million. The DRC Ministry of the Environment estimates that more than 9,000 tons of municipal solid waste (MSW) are collected and disposed of daily.(4) This waste is incinerated or dumped in landfills that are rapidly reaching capacity.

According to Dan Bates, Clean Vision Chief Executive Officer:(4)

“Africa has always been one of our targets and it is now the fourth continent upon which we have an opportunity to introduce our services. The potential for this technology is limitless, a continent with an ample supply of feedstock and a dramatic need for clean, environmentally friendly power. We believe that once leaders of other African nations read about our MSW conversion facility being built, which pays for itself in three years, and solves the waste plastic and landfill problems while providing clean energy – our opportunity is practically unlimited.”

“Just as in the west and all over the world,” Mr. Bates added, “Africa’s youthful population is especially sensitive to the ecological impact of waste plastic which makes the Continent a highly fertile business environment for our clean tech.”

Clean-Seas to Also Build Waste a Plastic to Energy Pyrolysis Plant in Cape Cod(7)

In addition, Clean-Seas just joined the Cape Cod Chamber of Commerce as it pursues its previously announced proposal to finance and build a commercial-scale waste plastic-to-energy pyrolysis plant.

The Chamber founded the Blue Economy Project, recognizing the value of Cape Cod’s water-based economy (tourism, commercial and recreational fishing, aquaculture, and recreation). This project has a specific focus on the challenges and opportunities presented by the region’s special relationship with the ocean and with its limited freshwater supply.

Through its Sustainable Economic Development Pillar (SEDP committee), the Chamber supports a balanced, stable, and reliable energy portfolio for the Commonwealth. All to build a cost-competitive portfolio that is environmentally responsible and supportive of the resiliency of coastal regions.

Massachusetts generates more than 600,000 tons of plastic/year, according to its Department of Environmental Protection.(4) It is also estimated that the Cape alone generates more than 40,000 tons of waste plastic/year, excluding deposit bottles and plastics that enjoy a strong if incomplete recycling market.(4) Clean-Seas estimates that the amount of plastic could be converted to over 5 million gallons of ultra-low-sulfur diesel, with a value of over $10 million annually.(4) Thereby, this could offset 440,000 barrels of crude oil exploration, transportation, and production.

Then There’s 100-Bio, which Developed the World’s First Biodegradable Styrofoam(1)

At the moment, Americans are throwing away about 25 billion Styrofoam cups a year.  All of which are filling global landfills and oceans.(1)

That’s where Clean Vision Corp. (OTC:CLNV) subsidiary, 100-Bio, may be able to help. With the world’s first compostable foam, the company’s products have the same look, feel, and performance as Styrofoam. In fact, they’re just as sturdy, insulating, cut-resistant, and shock-absorbing as Styrofoam, the company shares.(1)

In addition, 100BIO is a technology provider of stylish, sustainable, and eco-friendly food packaging products for the food services and packaging industries. This latest technology breakthrough offers a sustainable material solution. This is specifically beneficial for manufacturers transitioning from petroleum-based plastic to a compostable (non-toxic, biodegradable) option. All without compromising quality, production efficiency, or cost. 100BIO plans to provide the specifications of its new process to credentialed food packaging industry manufacturers or its materials consulting firms under NDA.(1)

Earlier this year, 100-Bio also developed and unveiled a proprietary, upgraded process enabling manufacturers of food packaging and serving products to produce its certified compostable products utilizing their legacy, conventional (petroleum-based plastic) manufacturing equipment.

100BIO Bioplastic Technology Background(5)

The use of polylactic acid (PLA) as a bioplastic material requires less or no mechanical characteristic production processes compared to petroleum-based plastic and far less reliance on thermal controls or considerations.

PLA was initially used only in high-end products. However, increasing manufacturing efficiencies and rapidly growing market demand for eco-friendly materials in single-use packaging has led to widespread adoption.

100BIO has discovered several more commonly used cross-linking agents and plasticizers. The goal is to improve its compostable products’ tensile strength and thermal properties and complement a broader range of extrusion and injection molding applications.

This produces a new compound that enables various plastics manufacturers, not just rigid packaging, to accommodate 100BIO’s resin composition without the additional capital expense of new or modified equipment. As a result, this new development can improve the elongation rate of foam to maximize sufficient cell-forming.

Although the final product looks and feels like Styrofoam, it is entirely compostable and non-toxic, with outstanding insulating properties.

Clean Vision Corp. U.S. OTC: (CLNV) Led by Top-Notch Visionaries

Chris Percy – President

Chris began his early career in electronic security, where he quickly progressed from engineer to business development role. In 2003, he used the broad skills he acquired over the years to set up Direct CCTV & Security Systems for clients including Bank of America, Amazon, and Geopost.

When the company went public as Direct Security Integration in 2014, Chris stepped down to consult technology companies on structure and sales.  In May 2018, he was approached by Clean Vision to take the reins and completed a successful corporate action with FINRA.

Dan Bates – CEO

Dan is a serial entrepreneur known for his extensive start-up knowledge.  With over 10+ years in the renewable energy sector, Dan has a good deal of experience selling products into developing countries worldwide.  Dan now leads Clean Vision as the CEO.

The Top 5 Reasons to Consider Clean Vision Corp. U.S. OTC: (CLNV) Immediately

  1. About 300 million tons of plastic are produced every year. Of that, at least approx. 8 million tons of plastic end up in our oceans every year and make up about 80% of all marine debris from surface waters to deep-sea sediments.
  2. Clean Vision Corp and its subsidiaries may be able to help. There’s Clean-Seas – a solutions provider developing plastic recycling technologies and reducing the amount of waste that flows into the world’s oceans. There is also 100Bio—which develops and manufactures biodegradable Styrofoam for food services and all types of disposable packaging.
  3. Clean-Seas works with community stakeholders from government, business and NGOs to identify plastic waste stream challenges. It also designs, funds, and implements innovative technology solutions, such as pyrolysis and gasification. The subsidiary just signed an LOI to build and operate a waste plastic-to-energy pyrolysis plant in Kinshasa in the Democratic Republic of Congo (DRC) with a $30 million CAPEX price.
  4. With the world’s first compostable foam, 100-Bio products have the same look, feel, and performance as Styrofoam. In fact, they’re just as sturdy, insulating, cut-resistant, and shock-absorbing as Styrofoam, the company.
  5. Earlier this year, 100-Bio developed and unveiled a proprietary, upgraded process enabling manufacturers of food packaging and serving products to produce its certified compostable products utilizing their legacy, conventional (petroleum-based plastic) manufacturing equipment.

 

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Company Contact

Address: 2711 N. Sepulveda Boulevard Suite 1051 Manhattan Beach CA 90266-2725 US
Phone: +1 424 835-1845
Website: https://www.cleanvisioncorp.com

Company Description

Clean Vision Corp acquires, manages, and operates a portfolio of synergistic companies in the clean technology and green energy sectors.

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