Clean-Seas Morocco, LLC
CLEAN-SEAS MOROCCO: PLASTIC CONVERSION NETWORK FACILITY
CLEAN-SEAS PLASTIC CONVERSION NETWORK
Clean-Seas, Inc, a subsidiary of the Clean Vision Corporation (CLNV), deploys its patent pending “Plastic Conversion Network,” (PCN) to connect sources of waste plastic (feedstock) to waste conversion facilities, or “hosts,” for the production of environmentally friendly commodities such as ultra- low- sulphur fuels, oils and lubricants, electricity, and the Company’s branded hydrogen gas, AquaH™.
The PCN cleans up the environment by turning discarded plastic materials (such as bottles and bags) into useful “green” products, world wide.
All shipments of waste plastic will comply with the terms set forth in the Basel Convention.
Located at the most northwestern corner of Africa and with easy access to Europe and the Middle East, Morocco is an excellent host country for our PCN.
Many countries can ship their plastic waste to a Moroccan facility quickly, safely, inexpensively., and with a minimal carbon footprint.
Morocco is committed to improving its sustainability efforts and is recognized as a leader in Africa for its eco-friendly policies and environmental protection efforts.
Morocco currently derives 38% of its electricity from renewable sources with a goal of reaching 52% by 2050.
Morocco’s renewable transformation is ranked 8th worldwide and first among emerging economies.
Based in the City of Agadir, Ecosynergie Group (ESG) and its subsidiary, Aqua Flore Protect, have launched projects focused on waste recycling, including the collection and treatment of hazardous and non-hazardous waste into new materials such as fuels and oils, beach and harbor clean-up, plastic collection and recycling and other environmentally impactful projects.
CLEAN- SEAS MOROCCO
Plan of Implementation
Clean- Seas Morocco has teamed with Ecosynergie to implement our PCN. We will begin operations with a waste plastic processing capacity of 20 TPD, using 5,000 tons of feedstock currently in inventory within the ESG facility in Agadir.
We expect to be operational in May of 2022. The pyrolysis oils generated from the processing have been pre-sold to an oil and gas distributor in Casablanca.
Ecosynergie has a binding off-take agreement which has been assigned to Clean- Seas Morocco (CSM). It is estimated that phase 1 of the CSM facility will generate $1.65M USD annually.
Through existing relationships, CSM expects to be able to establish a similar 50 TPD facility in the Moroccan city of Tangiers, which would then scale up, to support regional waste management. In addition Israeli and French suppliers have implied that there is potential for significantly more feedstock available to meet CSM requirements.
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