Plastic Waste Conversion- Clean Vision Corp.’s (OTCQB: CLNV) ($CLNV) interview with Dan Bates, CEO

Nov 23, 2023

New to The Street’s TV Host Jane King, from the Nasdaq MarketSite Studio, interviews Dan Bates, Chief Executive Officer of Clean Vision Corp. (OTCQB: CLNV) ($CLNV). As a publicly traded Company, Clean Vision operates and seeks to acquire synergistic operations in the sustainable clean-technology and green energy sectors. The Company recently filed a FORM S-1 registration statement with the United Securities and Exchange Commission and awaits government approval. Along with the S-1 filing, the Company is working with NASDAQ listing officials to pursue an up-list of the Company stock to trade on the NASDAQ Exchange. Dan provides viewers with an update on its wholly-owned subsidiary Clean-Seas’ operations in Quincy, West Virginia, where they are working to put a 100 tons per day (tpd) pyrolysis conversion plant into production, creating clean fuel from plastic waste. The West Virginia Department of Economic Development looks to grant the Company low-interest loans and other economic incentives to move forward with the Quincy plant. The Company’s wholly-owned subsidiary, Clean-Seas, hired  CDI Engineering Solutions for the Quincy plant development to provide engineering, procurement, and construction services and ERM (Environmental Resources Management) to provide environmental and permitting support for the project. The Company plans to begin processing plastic for conversion to clean energy at 100 tons per day, starting in 2024 and scaling to 500 tons per day over time. The Company has a postindustrial plastic feedstock agreement for the plant. Dan describes the conversion of feedstock into plastic oil, then sold to entities supplying recycled plastic products to large multinational organizations. Once fully operational and converting plastic waste to 500 tpd, the facility can employ about 200 people. With the West Virginia Project and other operations, the Company looks to lead the plastic recycling industry in solving plastic waste problems. The on-screen QR code is available during the show; download or visit Clean Vision Corp. –

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