Clean Vision Corporation (OTC Pink: CLNV), a holding company focused on acquiring and operating green energy and sustainable tech businesses, has long demonstrated its vision in identifying companies with the potential to offer solutions to some of the world’s greatest environmental threats. And, one of its latest developments has investors intrigued about its future expansion.
Last week, CLNV announced that its Clean-Seas subsidiary has established a joint venture with Roselle Capital to develop and deploy a revolutionary pyrolysis technology in Asia that will transform plastic waste into valuable commodities and clean energy. Roselle Capital specializes in brokering Asian and Western strategic deals. The firm is leading the expansion of a self-sustaining medical facility known as Sabah Wellness Place, which will utilize green energy and value-added plastic waste conversion.
According to the formal joint venture agreement conditions, Roselle has asked Clean-Seas to design concepts for implementing its pyrolysis technology in Roselle’s upcoming Sabah Wellness Place clinics in Malaysia and Georgia. This plan and a similar proposal for the Georgian government are currently being developed to finalize the particulars needed for definitive engagements facilitated by Roselle. Once the ideas developed by Clean-Seas during this joint venture are accepted, Roselle will fund the projects and equally divide the revenues.
The agreement is a significant step for Clean-Seas and CLNV, who are confident that their pyrolysis recycling technology could soon become one of the most lucrative services in the industry. The deal is a perfect example of the benefits and industry connections that CLNV can offer its acquisitions, and with its strong eye for forward-thinking and environmentally focused companies, early investors could benefit from a spate of other value-creating deals this year.
Bringing Power to Environmentally Focused Businesses
At its core, Clean Vision Corp is a merger and acquisition (M&A) company focused on providing sustainable and clean technology solutions. Driven by the “3 P’s” – People, Planet, Profit – CLNV helps bring value to its acquisitions through consultancy services, connecting them with new vertical market opportunities and expediting the commercialization of their products. By creating a holding company that owns a variety of synergistic assets, CLNV can maximize the potential of its subsidiaries and generate multiple streams of revenue from the sales, licensing, and developments of these companies.
Alternative energy sources and other green technologies have become one of the most critical industries of today. Moving beyond a carbon-based economy helps create a cleaner environment and provides considerable opportunities in untapped revenue sources and job creation. CLNV’s strategy of building a diversified portfolio focused on these industries can be more than lucrative; it’s timely.
Developing a Cleaner Future
CLNV currently has two companies within its portfolio that align with its focus on providing industry-leading and environmentally friendly solutions.
The first of these companies is Clean-Seas, Inc., a company specializing in turning waste plastics into clean-burning fuels. Now 100% owned by CLNV, the company was established in 2019, focusing on developing novel plastic recycling technologies to reduce the amount of waste that flows into the world’s oceans. The world currently holds 8.3 billion tons of plastic waste, and at current rates, only 9% of this waste will end up being recycled. To make matters worse, 260 million tons of plastic waste were generated in 2016 alone, and experts believe that this number will increase to 460 million per year by 2030. With landfills across the world already reaching capacity, this waste creates an undeniable environmental crisis. And Clean-Seas, Inc. believes it can lead the way in finding better solutions to these problems.
Also, Clean-Seas is focused on utilizing a modern recycling solution called pyrolysis, a thermochemical treatment that can be applied to any carbon-based product. This treatment, also known as thermal cracking, converts inputs such as plastic into the valuable outputs of pyrolysis oil, syngas, and char. These outputs can then be used for various powerful and environmentally friendly applications, including clean-burning fuels and water purification.
Discovering optimal methods of recycling plastics has been estimated to represent a $55 billion market opportunity by 2030. With existing operations in 3 continents, Clean-Seas, Inc. is already well prepared to source and deploy cutting-edge technologies for waste-to-energy recycling. Further, the management team behind Clean-Seas has decades of expertise working in the renewable energy sector in developing countries. Along with reducing carbon emissions, their operations can offer these areas employment opportunities and other social programs.
Now wholly owned by CLNV, the company will be able to better reach these markets and expedite the development and sourcing of their recycling technologies.
100Bio Also Creates value
The second company within the CLNV portfolio is 100Bio. Established in 2016, 100Bio is focused on developing and manufacturing the world’s first plant-based Styrofoam. Containing no toxic chemicals, 100Bio’s plant-based foam is 100% biodegradable and compostable, having already received composability certifications from numerous environmental organizations.
Traditional Styrofoam is not biodegradable and cannot be recycled efficiently, meaning that the 14 million tons produced annually are destined to end up in a landfill. Despite this, Styrofoam has remained a popular choice of packaging due to its many advantages such as food insulation, low price, and light weight.
With these strengths in mind, 100Bio set out to invent a solution that could retain these advantages and still respect the environment. Not only does its foam possess the same packaging benefits as traditional Styrofoam, but it has also improved upon them – their products can handle more weight, provide more robust insulation, and protect fragile contents from damage, all while being 100% biodegradable.
The company currently has five issued patents to protect its portfolio and has since used its plant-based foam for food-based applications such as bowls, plates, cups, and egg cartons. The company plans to utilize the strengths of its eco-friendly foam in further applications such as insulation, agriculture, and sports.
Notably, 100Bio is now 51% owned by CLNV and will significantly benefit from the holding company’s strengths in connecting businesses to vertical markets.
Looking Ahead To 2H 2021
Indeed, Clean Vision Corp is leveraging two innovative companies producing long-term solutions to some of the world’s biggest environmental crises. Moreover, with its wholly-owned subsidiary Clean-Seas, Inc. working to recycle plastics through pyrolysis, which is expected to become one of the most effective and highly utilized technologies in the sector in the coming years, they can create value sooner rather than later.
Additionally, 100Bio’s creation of a fully biodegradable, plant-based foam that retains the packaging advantages of traditional Styrofoam is a revolutionary achievement that could quickly send the company to the forefront of the industry. Further, CLNV’s consulting services and industry connections can maximize the potential of its acquisitions and bring a consistent revenue stream to all involved parties.
Thus, forward-thinking investors may do well considering a stake in CLNV. After all, they have clearly demonstrated vision and strength as an M&A organization to build a potentially world-class product and services portfolio. The better news is that they are showing no signs of slowing down.
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