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  • 1.  Transforming  hazardous  waste  into  profitable  green  products  Innovative Green Chemistry®
  • 2. Copyright  and  Trademark  ©2013  GlyEco,  Inc.    All  informaDon  contained  in  this  presentaDon  is  the  confidenDal,  proprietary  and  trade  secret  informaDon  of  Global  Recycling  Technologies,  Ltd  and  cannot  be  disclosed,  reproduced  or  distributed  without  the  prior  wriGen  consent  of  GlyEco,  Inc.    "GlyEco™";  "InnovaDve  Green  Chemistry®";  "GlyEco  Technology™";  &  "GlyEco  CerDfied®"  are  service  marks  of  GlyEco,  Inc.  or  its  affiliates  or  related  enDDes  in  the  United  States  and/or  other  countries.  All  Rights  Reserved    Safe  Harbor  ProspecDve  investors  are  cauDoned  that  any  such  forward-­‐looking  statements  are  not  guarantees  of  future  performance  and  involve  risks  and  uncertainDes,  and  that  actual  results  may  differ  materially  from  those  projected  in  the  forward-­‐looking  statements  as  a  result  of  various  factors.    This  presentaDon  is  not  intended  for  general  solicitaDon  and  is  neither  an  offer  to  sell,  nor  solicitaDon  of  offers  to  buy  securiDes.  The  informaDon  contained  herein  has  been  prepared  to  assist  interested  parDes  in  making  their  evaluaDon  of  the  Company  and  does  not  purport  to  contain  all  of  the  informaDon  that  a  party  may  desire.  In  all  cases,  interested  parDes  should  conduct  and  rely  on  their  own  invesDgaDon  and  analysis  of  the  Company  and  the  data  set  forth  herein.  No  part  of  these  pages,  either  text  or  image  may  be  used  for  any  purpose  other  than  personal  use.  Therefore,  reproducDon,  modificaDon,  storage  in  a  retrieval  system  or  retransmission,  in  any  form  or  by  any  means,  electronic,  mechanical,  or  otherwise,  for  reasons  other  than  personal  use,  is  strictly  prohibited  without  the  Company’s  prior  wriGen  permission.  
  • 3. •  GlyEco,  Inc.  is  an  InnovaDve  Green  Chemistry®  company  that  recycles  glycol  •  Company  has  developed  breakthrough,  patent-­‐pending  technology  •  Recycles  all  five  types  of  glycol    •  Recycles  to  Type  1  –refinery  grade–  quality  •  Type  1  recycled  glycol  can  be  sold  at  the  same  price  as  refinery  grade  product    •  Aggressively  buying  recycling  capacity  to  meet  customer  needs  •  Completed  5  acquisiDons  in  2012,  with  agreements  in  place  to  acquire  4  addiDonal  exisDng,  profitable  recyclers  in  2013  •  Each  has  significant  excess  capacity  •  Integrated  technology  will  upgrade  quality  and  serve  more  customers  •  Series  of  small,  local  businesses  integrate  into  a  global  ‘green’  company    •  Hazardous  waste  is  transformed  into  profitable  green  products  •  Accomplished  management  team  in  place  experienced  in    solid  waste,  chemical  engineering  and  glycol  recycling  •  Expanding  into  Canada,  Europe,  Asia,  and  South  America  
  • 4.            HAZARDOUS  WASTE  GLYECO    TECHNOLOGY™  RECYCLED  GLYCOL  GLYECO  CERTIFIED®  POLLUTED  GLYCOLS  TYPE  1  &  TYPE  2  MATERIAL  PATENT-­‐PENDING  PROCESS  FAMILY  OF  GREEN  PRODUCTS  
  • 5. TexDle  Waste  Used  AnDfreeze  Used  HVAC  Coolant  Aircraa  Deicing  Runoff  SterilizaDon  Waste  
  • 6. PlasDc  BoGles   Polyester  Fiber  Recycled  AnDfreeze  Glycol  Concentrate  
  • 7. •  Glycol  is  a  liquid  chemical  made  from  crude  oil  &  natural  gas  •  Global  consumpDon:  5.5  billion  gallons  per  year/$25  billion  plus  USD  per  year  and  climbing  •  Used  in  5  major  industries:  automoDve,  texDle,  airline,  medical,  and  HVAC  •  During  use,  glycols  become  contaminated  and  unusable  •  In  US  alone,  over  700  Million  gallons  of  waste  glycol  are  created  each  year  •  Only  12%  of  used  anDfreeze  waste  is  processed  and  formulated  into  recycled  anDfreeze  •  Most  waste  is  disposed  without  documentaDon  even  though  the  EPA  classifies  waste    glycol  as  a  ‘Hazardous  Material’  •  Nearly  all  of  this  waste  can  be  recycled  and  sold  
  • 8. •  Currently  a  small  percentage  of  used  anDfreeze  is  recycled  into  a  Type  2  product  •  Waste  from  the  four  other  industries  are  untapped  markets  with  huge  potenDal  •  GlyEco  Technology  processes  all  waste  streams  to  Type  1  refinery  grade  quality  •  About  30  faciliDes  in  the  U.S.  process  used  anDfreeze  into  Type  2  recycled  glycol  AUTOMOTIVE  202,000,000  GALLONS  PER  YEAR  TEXTILES  193,300,000  GALLONS  PER  YEAR  AIRLINE  35,000,000  GALLONS  PER  YEAR  MEDICAL  32,130,000  GALLONS  PER  YEAR  HVAC  234,000,000  GALLONS  PER  YEAR  
  • 9. •  Unique  process,  catalyst  for  exponenDal  growth  in  emerging  industry  •  Recycles  all  five  types  of  waste  glycol  –    opening  4  untapped  markets  •  Proof  of  process  completed  •  350,000  gallons  of  Type  1  glycol  produced  using  patent-­‐pending  GlyEco  Technology™  •  Independent  Lab  verified  results  •  Only  technology  to  cost  effecDvely  process  to  ASTM  Type  1  Standard  •  Consistently  high  quality  recycled  material  •  Can  process  a  waste  stream  repeatedly  -­‐  with  profit  on  each  cycle    •  Comprehensive  Quality  Control-­‐Assurance  Program  (QCAP)  •  Documented  compliance  with  EPA  Hazardous  Waste  Manifest  System  and  all  State  and  Local  regulaDons  •  20-­‐50%  reducDon  in  processing  costs  over  currently  uDlized  methods  
  • 10. •  FaciliDes  will  be  upgraded  in  varying  extents  based  on  market  •  Plants  will  conDnue  normal  operaDons  during  upgrade  and  expansion  •  Most  upgrades  install  redundant  processing  lines  •  Sales,  customer  relaDons  and  producDon  will  not  be  interrupted  •  Based  on  invenDve  use  of  chemicals,  the  technology  is  scalable  and  uses  off  the  shelf  equipment  •  Works  on  a  hundred  or  a  hundred  million  gallons  of  waste  •  Technology  upgrade  benefits:  •  Expand  types  of  waste  glycol  the  facility  can  process  •  Create  type  1  capable  producDon  lines  •  Increase  capacity  •  Reduce  costs  &  improve  producDon  efficiencies  
  • 11. Five  strategically  located  faciliDes  with  5  million  gallons  processing  capacity.  Four  addiDonal  faciliDes  in  2013  and  upgrades,  increasing  processing  capacity  to  16  million  gallons.  GlyEco  Recycling  LocaDon  GlyEco  Corporate  &  AccouDng  Office  
  • 12. Type  1   AnDfreeze  &  Processing  $2.75  $4.98  $2.23  $0.00  $1.00  $2.00  $3.00  $4.00  $5.00  $6.00  EXPENSES   SALES  PRICE   GROSS  PROFIT  45%  Gross  Profit  Historical  Sales  Price  2  year  average  $5.30  per  gallon  $3.14  $3.88  $0.74  $0.00  $1.00  $2.00  $3.00  $4.00  $5.00  $6.00  EXPENSES   SALES  PRICE   GROSS  PROFIT  19%  Gross  Profit  Current  Facility  Gross  Profit    15%  -­‐  30%    
  • 13. In  US  Dollars    2011                                (Audited)  2012                          (Audited)  2013                        (Projected)  2014                    (Projected)  North  America  Type  1  Revenue    -­‐      -­‐      6,668,400      33,243,600    Expenses        -­‐      -­‐      3,835,100      18,188,600    Gross  Profit    -­‐      -­‐      2,833,300      15,055,000    Net-­‐Out  Gallons   1,280,000   6,730,000  North  America  AnZfreeze  &  Processing  Revenue      824,000      1,266,000      5,819,000      13,797,800    Expenses    664,000      1,021,000      4,948,000      10,965,500    Gross  Profit    160,000      245,000      871,000      2,832,300    Net-­‐Out  Gallons    1,520,000    3,540,000    InternaZonal  Revenue      -­‐      -­‐      -­‐      1,800,000    Expenses    -­‐      -­‐      -­‐      880,500    Gross  Profit    -­‐      -­‐      -­‐      919,500    Net-­‐Out  Gallons    400,000    Totals  Gross  Profit      160,000      245,000      3,704,300      18,806,800    OperaDng  Expenses    588,000      1,931,000      1,827,000      2,854,000    EBIT    (428,000)    (1,686,000)    1,877,300      15,952,800    Profit  (Loss)  Before  Tax    (594,000)    (1,871,000)    1,706,600      14,502,500            Taxes  (40%)      -­‐      -­‐      -­‐      3,481,000    Net  Profit  (Loss)  Aaer  Taxes    (594,000)    (1,871,000)    1,706,600      11,021,500    
  • 14. In  US  Dollars     2011   2012   Q1  -­‐  2013  Assets              Total  Current  Assets    612,000      1,343,000      2,853,000    Property  Plant  and  Equipment    -­‐      685,000      2,658,000    Goodwill    -­‐      159,000      158,000    Intangible  Assets    -­‐      3,500,000      3,500,000    TOTAL  ASSETS    612,000      5,687,000      9,168,000    LiabiliZes              Total  Current  LiabiliDes    2,213,000      2,271,000      1,257,000    Long  Term  Debt    -­‐      -­‐      1,377,000    Total  LiabiliDes    2,213,000      2,271,000      2,634,000    Stockholder’s  Equity              Common  Stock    2,000      4,000      4,000    AddiDonal  Paid  In  Capital    5,880,000      12,766,000      16,362,000    Accumulated  Deficit    (7,483,000)    (9,353,000)    (9,832,000)  TOTAL  STOCKHOLDERS  EQUITY    (1,601,000)    3,417,000      6,534,000    
  • 15. John  D.  Lorenz  Chairman,  CEO  &  President  Over  30  years  execuDve  management  in  the  solid  waste  industry  with  extensive  experience  in  mergers  and  acquisiDons.  Founder  of  Environmental  Waste  of  America.      Richard  Geib  Chief  Technology  Officer  Senior  Chemical  Engineer  with  a  30  year  background  in  the  glycol  industry.    A  pioneer  in  recycling  technologies  whose  vast  experDse  includes  serving  as  Chairman  of  the  ASTM  Coolants  CommiGee.      John  Darcy  Senior  Vice  President  Former  CEO  of  Avis  Enterprises,  a  $1.8  billion  conglomerate.      Todd  L.  Smith  Senior  Vice  President  of  Sales,  Mergers  and  AcquisiZons  More  than  21  years  management  experience  in  the  glycol  recycling  industry.  

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