Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp Changing the source of American Oil
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Green EnviroTech Holding's is not just another recycling company. GETH is the first public company to license patented, proven and established technologies from industry leaders to assemble technology platforms that protect the environment by reducing America’s waste stream and America’s reliance on foreign oil. Green EnviroTech Holdings will redefine oil production in America in safe environmentally friendly conditions.
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Mission Statement Green EnviroTech Holdings Corp leverages patented and proven technologies to establish production technology platforms that redirect waste from landfills to creating safe, environmentally friendly and profitable American oil at competitive prices.
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Green EnviroTech Oil Production • Uses Advanced Technologies • Converts difficult-to-recycle waste plastics generated from automotive recycling, manufacturing, agricultural and scrap tires waste destined to landfills into oil. • Produces oil that does not need to be refined. Oil companies will use it directly to create petroleum products for sale to industry. • Is environmentally friendly. • Saves valuable resources and helps the environment by producing oil derived products. • Includes plan for the first plant to be in production in California by the 4th quarter of 2012. • Has generated interest from feedstock vendors for additional plants in Colorado, Mississippi, Oklahoma, Wisconsin, Ohio & Michiganand Florida.
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Current Milestones
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Market Need: Waste Plastic to Oil Technology Facts from the EPA (2010) • 31 million tons of plastic waste were generated, representing 12.4 percent of total MSW. • The United States generated : • 14 million tons of plastics as containers and packaging • 11 million tons as durable goods (e.g. appliances) • 7 million tons as nondurable goods (e.g. plates and cups). • Only 8 -12 percent of the total plastic waste generated was recovered for recycling. • Plastics produced for automobiles add to the problem, but are not counted in these EPA statistics for MSW recycling. *http://www.epa.gov/osw/conserve/materials/plastics.htm
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Market Need: Tires to Oil Technology Facts from the EPA (2010) • Tiresare among the largest and most problematic sources of waste • In 2011 one scrap tire was generated by every person in the US (approx. 311 million documented yearly) • Millions of tires remain in landfills and monofills through out the U.S. • Tires in landfills or illegally dumped provide breeding grounds for mosquitoes and rodents • Tires are designed such that they will not decompose in our life time • 11 states currently ban all tires from landfills or monofills
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. The Plastic & Tire to Oil Conversion Process GETH waste plastic and scrap tire to oil conversion system uses electromagnetic pyrolysis to convert scrap plastic and waste tires into oil, carbon black, steel and syngas (Liquid Propane Gas or LPG). The use of electromagnetic pyrolysis provides for faster processing, low energy consumption and no environmental impact. Scrap tires are converted into oil, carbon black, sync gas and the steel wire is removed and recycled. Waste plastic is converted into oil, carbon black and snygas. In addition, the steel is also captured for recycling.
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Plastic & Tire to Oil Conversion Process Stage 1: Material Preparation Waste plastic & Scrap tires are shredded into 3”- 6” pieces Prepared feedstock is loaded into the reactor Stage 2: Feeder Thermochemical decomposition at elevated temperatures without the participation of oxygen Stage 3: Electromagnetic process Stage 4: Separation Oil, carbon black, steel and syngas are separated into holding containers • Environmental Impact • Emissions - closed loop process = 0% emissions • Odor - closed loop process = 0% emissions • Noise Level is = average manufacturing plant (below 30 DB)
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Plastic to Oil Conversion Process Flow Chart Feedstock - Scrap Plastic Oil (95%) Syngas ( 3%) Plastic to Oil Conversion System Carbon Black ( 2%)
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Tire to Oil Conversion Process Flow Chart Oil (40% - 45 %) Feedstock - Scrap Tires Carbon Black (30% - 33%) Steel Wire (10% - 11%) Tire to Oil Conversion System Syngas (11% – 20%)
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Conversion Systems
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. U.S. Future Plants Wisconsin - 2013 Ohio – TBD Missouri - 2014 Michigan - 2013 Northern California - 2012 Colorado - 2013 New Jersey- TBD Southern California - 2013 Florida- TBD Oklahoma - 2014 Mississippi - 2014
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Abundant Source of Feedstock through out the US • Agricultural plastic films used in crop growing • Post-Consumer Plastics #3 thru #7 • Waste Plastic Landfill Rehabilitation • Monofill Tire Rehabilitation
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Subsidiary Management Structure
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Corporate Management Structure
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Executive Management Gary De Laurentiis, Chief Executive Officer and Chairman 35 years of business leadership experience Started and led several successful companies in the plastics industry (Plastics II, RPX Corp, ANEW Corp, Fixcor Industries, Eco2 Plastics) Winner of Popular Science “2009 Top 100 Innovations” award for Eco2 Plastics Wayne Leggett, Chief Financial Officer 35 years of financial experience Former Assistant Treasurer for the Goldfield Corporation Former Partner in the public accounting firm of Hamrick, Leggett & Associates Lou Perches, Chief Operating Officer 35 years of plastic business experience RAB, ISO certified lead auditor Green Belt Six Sigma
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. Executive Management Brian Chrisman, Vice President of Business Development 12 years of experience in global high technology supply chain management Founder and served as the CEO of Borgata Recycling specializing is waste tire recycling in the USA and Offshore Daniel Akhromtsev, Vice President of Plant Operations Founder, owner of Global Waste Solutions specializing is waste tire recycling in the USA and Offshore Mike Riley, Corporate Counsel Practiced law for over 25 years in the field of mergers, acquisitions, and litigation Numerous corporate boards and held the position as Chairman of a two billion dollar financial services group Holds a J.D. from the University of Notre Dame
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. • GETH 5 Year Goals • Build and operate 20 plants in the U.S. • Expand business to Canada, Virgin Islands and Mexico • Expand feedstock to shredder residue which will enable GETH to build 35 additional plants in the U.S. • Continue to reduce our dependence on foreign oil and create U.S. jobs
Green EnviroTech Holdings, Corp. CEO Gary De Laurentiis: “ Let’s begin treating certain waste streams like the valuable resources they once were. We are CPR for the U.S. economy.” • Creates new US jobs • Produces alternativeenergy • Reuse precious natural resources GREEN ENVIROTECH HOLDINGS OIL