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We as a nation have chosen to avoid all to long the central issue of how to best dispose of oursolid waste while at the same time protect the environment and the health of the public. Onlyrecently have all levels of government in conjunction with private industry focused on this critical problem. Those trends have generated growing concerns about the utilization ofrecyclable products in consumer and industrial applications, combined with increased consumerawareness surrounding solid waste recycling, and clean energy.

Consistent with the rising public support of President Obama's clean energy initiative and theincreased demand for recycled products, Future Concepts International (FCI), hope to build andfully operating recycling processing facility in Lowndes County, Mississippi. At the facility, wepropose to recycle tires, metals, E-Waste, paper, biomass, MSW, glass, and plastics, which willimmediately resolve issues pertaining to the environment and relieve the local public,surrounding areas, and communities-at-large of growing environmental concerns.

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  • We ask for your help in making this project a reality in Vienna, Dooly County, Georgia.What WE seek. . .Long – term Lease for Free use of 15 – 20 Acres of Land near RailwayLong – term Lease for Free use of a 50,000 to 100,000 Sq. Ft Building
  • Future Concepts International Power Point

    1. 1. TIRE DERIVED FUEL Fall Zone Protective CoverCrumb Rubber  Ruplastico  Septic Tank Chips<br />Future Concepts International<br />Transforming current environments, ensuring healthier lifestyles, and sustaining communities . . . <br />
    2. 2. Introduction<br />~ Introducing ~<br />A World Class Clean Energy Showcase<br /> Earth Ship Project<br />A state-of-the art environmentally green recycling facility.<br />_________________<br />This high-tech prototype facility can recycle any solid matter in moments!<br />_________<br />The Earth Ship Project will generate useable base goods for sale to manufacturers of many high demand products in the active marketplace.This facility is forecast to make millions of dollars weekly, create life changing jobs, and keep the environment clean, healthy, and green for future generations!<br />
    3. 3. Background<br />Potential Raw Materials<br />The STMC (Scrap Tire Management Council) bases scrap tire generation on a one tire per capita basis, meaning annually one (PTE) passenger tire equivalent is produced for every man, woman, and child in the United States.<br /><ul><li>300 Million Scrap tires are discarded nationwide
    4. 4. US alone generates 75% of the scrap tires generated in the world. </li></ul>Example City 1<br />Example City 2<br /> The population of state Z is 4,447,100 and would be inclusive of the metro area (regional dynamic generation of 7.5 million tires) for planning purposes. There are two class one processors in the state,(capable of size reduction and capability to produce a marketable crumb product. These are the competitive processing entities that we would have to share the market initially giving FCI a potential of 1.5 million (pte&apos;s) with a potential tipping revenue of $3.0 million @ $2.00 per tire. State Z is a very unique opportunity in that it is one of the few remaining states until recently (2004)that still allowed tires to be placed in landfills. What does this mean? Landfills around the state have been acting as depositories for many years. This being the case in the past ten years alone, taking into account that 50% were properly recycled 20 million tires or more remain in these landfills.<br />If we use a radius of operation of 150 - 200 miles surrounding City 1 we virtually cover the entire state. This area is inclusive of nearby metro areas (pop.111,000) and the outer edges of the nearby state ( pop. 2,144,000) to the West. <br />The population of state X is 4,410,796. We will use a dynamic regional population of 5.5 million tires generated for planning purposes. There are currently five registered and permitted scrap tire processors in the state, FCI will be the sixth when it enters the market. There will be two companies that will be the core competition. The other three are small operations. Our market share would be 916,000 tires which will generate $1.83 million with a tipping fee assessed at $2.00 per tire. <br />
    5. 5. Potential Markets not recognized<br />More . . . <br /> In addition to the market niche for front side profits as illustrated above there will be opportunities to <br /> provide our unique services to other government and business entities. As you probably observe daily <br /> demolished scrap tires and rubber found on any inter-state Anytown, U. S. A. Dot&apos;s (Dept. of <br /> Transportation) have to remove and properly dispose the scraped tires, normally at a rate of $100.00 to <br /> $ 200.00 per ton to most recycling tire facilities.<br />Tire Industry Data – Lowndes County and the State of Mississippi<br />The population of Mississippi is 3.0 million people. 4.2 million tires were reported as being generated in the state. <br />The dynamic population for the area is 9.78 million (PTE- passenger tire equivalent) which is the figure that officials reported for tires collected within the state for the period 2007-2008. The county borders on the Alabama line, which accounts for the additional influx of tires from metropolitan areas. <br />For the calendar year, 2007 there were six (6) processors in the state: 3 processors recycled tires into valued added products accounting for 79% of the tires reported collected. <br />Two land filled operators reported approximately 460,000 (PTE’s) as being processed for landfills or 12%. The remaining processors collected and transported remaining 9% to out-of-state facilities as per the annual report for the Scrap Tire Management Program. One plant in South Mississippi closed due to Katrina and remains closed as of this date. <br />FCI would have a potential market share of approximately 2.4 million tires, which is 25% of the market with the remaining active processors and would have a 4.8 million dollar base profit with a $2.00 per tire assessment for the tire generators in the area. The state of Alabama’s border proximity to the state of Mississippi in regards to the landfilling of tires up through the year of 2004 also presents multiple opportunities for substantial revenues with undetermined amounts as of this report.<br /> <br />
    6. 6. Our Facility <br />
    7. 7. Our Plant <br />INTRODUCTION<br />Consistent with the rising public support of President Obama’s clean energy initiative and the increased demand for recycled products, Future Concepts International (FCI), hope to build and fully operate a state-of- the art, high tech recycling processing facility in Lowndes County, Mississippi. At the facility, we propose to recycle tires, metals, E-Waste, paper, biomass, MSW, glass, and plastics, which will immediately resolve issues pertaining to the environment and relieve the local public, surrounding areas, and communities-at-large of growing environmental concerns. <br />Our facility will generate between 300 – 1,000 new good paying jobs with amazing family benefits. Our mission is not only to clean-up the environment and make lots of money, but we will also offer strong community outreach programs, designed to positively transform the entire community! We are Future Concepts International (FCI)– designed to transform current environments to ensure healthier lifestyles and sustaining communities! <br />T<br />Typical Sized Facility: 50,000 Sq. Ft. Earth Ship Project : 100,000 Sq. Ft. <br />Acreage: 10 - 20 Location: Near railway and main interstate<br />Phase I --------------------&gt; Initial facility ------------------------&gt; tire and plastic recycling<br />Expansion Phase II ----&gt;Recyclables of all types and classifications to include E-waste, paper products, glass, metals, and even MSW (Municipal Solid Waste). <br />Size and description of Physical facility REquirements<br />
    8. 8. Our Plants<br />Tire Storage<br /><ul><li> Most environmental controlling agencies will allow for outside storage of raw tires with the </li></ul> stipulation of limited quantities not to exceed a 30-90 day supply. <br /><ul><li> Each state will have some mandatory guidelines on the requirements. Ideally any tires kept </li></ul> in reserve for storage should be kept in transport trailers. <br /><ul><li> Our operation will be designed in such a way as to keep to a minimum the amount of tires </li></ul> on the site. In order to project a positive environmental footprint and image . . . <br /><ul><li> Tires should be kept out of sight and out of mind to the general public.</li></ul>Tire storage is maintained in this manner for several reasons:<br /> <br />Next, it is for security purposes, the more positive control we assert, the least likely chance someone will come and set a fire to a pile of highly flammable tires. Tire fires are some of the most difficult to fight and the environmental impact and liabilities are very real. <br />SAFETY<br />SAFETY<br />First it addresses the environmental issues of mosquito infestation, rodent and pest control which are mandatory elements for the plant&apos;s site plan to meet standards for the regulatory agencies. <br />
    9. 9. Our Plants<br />Operational Requirements<br /><ul><li> To facilitate handling, storage, and loading grain type towers can be used to </li></ul> rapidly load open top trailers and rail cars. Facility should be near rail way.<br /><ul><li> Of a 50,000 square foot facility, 25-30 thousand should be dedicated to </li></ul> warehouse and shipping functions. <br /><ul><li> Trailers that contain tires awaiting processing can be kept in a fenced in area </li></ul> (under 24 hour surveillance) on an asphalt apron area or semi -prepared surface <br /> (graded, rubber chips, and or gravel) 2-3 acres would be adequate for such <br /> storage.<br />Our plant design and layout will make FCI’s the flagship of the industry.<br />
    10. 10. Typical Plant Design<br />Earth Ship<br />
    11. 11. Our Products<br />
    12. 12. Processing<br /> PRODUCTS<br />Markets<br />High Demand Product<br />These chips can be sold and marketed as (TDF) ­­­or field drain aggregate (septic tank chips) the mean average price for this commodity is $25.00-$30.00 per ton on the spot market. We would sell products to septic tank companies, governments, paper manufacturers, ballistic companies, shooting ranges, training camps, playground developers, and a host of other strategic who have proven use of our proposed products.<br /> <br /><ul><li>Tire Derived Fuel (TDF-motorized vehicle use as an alternative fuel source)
    13. 13. Fall Zone Protective Cover (Used for soft safety playgrounds )
    14. 14. Crumb Rubber- 10, 20, 30 and 100 mesh sizes for open market sales and in house use for the manufacture of a variety of products
    15. 15. A proprietary and trademarked product which will be called Ruplastico-- a composite molded bricklike product for use primarily as a ballistic barrier made from crumb rubber and plastic automotive bumpers</li></ul> <br /><ul><li>Septic Tank Chips (field drain aggregate) for utilization in civil engineering application.</li></ul>Long term contracts are usually negotiated by the consumer business entity to secure long term price breaks over the duration of the contract. These very same chips will serve as feed stock for further processing into other added value products. The following scenario reflects the potential income for the plant on the processing side.<br />Contracts<br />
    16. 16. Assumptions<br />Capacity<br />Primary shredding system has the capacity to process 4000 tires per hour into a finished 2&quot; rubber chip (equates to 40 tons per hour) accounting for down time, shift transition, and preparation we will assume a 6 hour realistic production run period. <br />Assumption 1<br />Revenues<br />Realistically attainable equation:<br />40 tons/hrs. x 6 hrs. shift = 240 tons/shift x 3 shifts per day = 720 tons/day x 21 days<br />=15,120 tons/mo. @ $20.00 /ton (low side) $302,400.00 or $30.00/ton (high side) $453.600.00.<br />Equipment and systems are in place to process 15,120 tons of chips into granulated crumb rubber and calculate 15,120 tons minus 3024 tons (approximately 20% residual by- products, steel, and fiber which are marketable) equals 12,096 tons of quality crumb means average price of .30 /lb equals (conversion of 12,096 tons into pounds times 2000 . . . 24,192,000 lbs) $7,257,600.00 per month or $87,091,200.00 per year. <br />
    17. 17. Our Operations<br />
    18. 18. Our Operations<br />Operations<br />A Self-Contained Clean Energy Facility<br /> <br />Plant would literally be self-contained<br />Will use materials deposited at the facility to operate the facility<br />For Example:<br />Hot Water<br />Electricity <br />Hot water for the plant would be provided by recycled hot water tanks (hundreds) connected together in a serial fashion all painted black (heat absorbing black bodies) exposed to the radiant heat of the sun built in the structure of the angled roof to capture the energy. <br />The hot water would be stored in underground tanks buried beneath facility-- Two 500,000 gallon tanks (recycled), one million gallons of stored energy to be used in the heating and cooling processes of the plant. <br />Technology utilizing the thermodynamic principles of entropy (change in temperature) to create and augment the electrical demands of the plant <br />Electricity generated with solar cell and panels built into the roof structure will capture and convert sunlight into electrical energy and stored in voltaic cells for later use. <br />The facility would be orientated with its face to the southeast to capture the greatest amount of sunlight during the daylight hours and would have solar mirrors installed that follow the sun to maximize the sun availability throughout the day. <br /> <br />
    19. 19. Our Operations<br />Fuel<br /><ul><li>The plant will have a bio-fuel processing station capable of making bio-diesel.
    20. 20. Bio-diesel will fuel in- house generators to augment the electrical demand of the facility.
    21. 21. Fuel composition will include green plants, switch grass, milkweeds, dandelions, and sunflowers. Millions of acreage are available and would create a giant environmental footprint for this section of the country.
    22. 22. Imagine the grass clippings and above mentioned plants being delivered to the facility generating bio-fuel emerging from our operations right here in Lowdes County Mississippi!
    23. 23. FCI will utilize the latest technology to implement a process system, an original name appropriately given – the DTS (Dynamic Thermal Sublimation).
    24. 24. This process bio-mass (tires included) and any carbon base waste, i.e. wood, paper, grasses into gases and fuels capable of running the generators and plant systems.
    25. 25. The plant would be constructed of 90% recycled materials and would be a showcase facility for the world to see. We envision this facility will attract national and global leaders to visit the facility, which is aimed at becoming a leader in the clean energy and recycling industry. </li></li></ul><li>Each product line will generate positive income revenues and add value to the corporation while at the same time, create a viable manufacturing program that will sustain the employment opportunities for 300 – 1,000 citizens in Lowndes County Mississippi, and the surrounding areasfor years to come... ~WE solicit your support& endorsement of this projectwhich will contribute greatly to the vision of progress for the citizens of Lowndes county, Mississippi.Thank you, Daniel Johnson, CEOFuture Concepts International.<br />
    26. 26. Our Request<br />
    27. 27. Local Assistance required<br />Local Government and Citizen Support Required<br />We ask for your help in making this project a reality in<br />LowndesCounty, Mississippi.<br />WE seek. . .<br /><ul><li>Infrastructure Development Funds in the amount of $750,500.00 </li></ul>(Full repayment within 2 to 6 months from date of opening)<br /><ul><li> Long – term Lease for Free use of 15 – 20 Acres of Land near Railway
    28. 28. Long – term Lease for Free use of a 50,000 to 100,000 Sq. Ft Building
    29. 29. Possible management of Clean Energy government related grants
    30. 30. Exemptions regarding taxes and all other related local fees</li></ul>Thank you!<br />To launch this project contact: <br /> Mr. Daniel Johnson, Founder & CEO orDr. Linda Carter, Partner & Project Consultant<br /> 678.925.8038 229.513.2058 | 229.322.2317 | Fax: 877.263.0525<br />

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