Clean Vision launches plastic conversion network for hydrogen production

Clean-Seas offers pyrolysis technology deployment for plastic waste-to-energy recycling.

Clean-Seas  ( a subsidiary of Clean Vision Corporation) has launched its Plastic Conversion Network (PCN), a platform that connects sources of waste plastic (feedstock) to a network of strategically located conversion facilities or hosts.

The PCN is designed to result in a more efficient waste processing into eco-friendly commodities such as ultra-low Sulphur fuels, oils and lubricants, electricity, and the company’s branded hydrogen gas, “AquaHtm”.

Clean Vision Corporation has engaged Bankers Capital International (BCI), a financial services and advisory firm based in New York City, New York, to structure and obtain project financing for multiple waste-to-energy installations for the Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Clean-Seas, Inc. and its waste conversion projects, worldwide, starting in Morocco.

Dan Bates, Clean Vison’s Chief Executive Officer, commented, “Our mission is to rid the global community of discarded plastic products and to produce in their place eco-friendly fuels and energy. We have engaged BCI to help us in this mission due to their in-depth understanding of the industry, their significant transactional experience, and their numerous relationships worldwide.”

Todd M. DeMatteo, BCI’s Senior Executive Director, said, “Circular supply-chain control is a timely and valuable discipline for global economies and environmental health. We believe that Clean-Seas can play an integral role in implementing this new discipline, cleaning our waters and landfills, and providing eco-friendly energy along the way. The mission of Clean Vision is commendable and necessary.”

Zohaib Ali

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