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SRC GLOBAL GROUP

  1. 1. PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATIONInstead of drowning in our landfill waste, let’s put it to good use.
  2. 2. PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATIONPresenting a way to energy independence in a cleaner world.
  3. 3. 29% Recycled Landfill 64% 7% Electricity Production PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Source: “The State of Garbage in America”, Biocycle, 12.08 Urban waste: Includes municipal solid waste (MSW), which comprises residential, institutional and commercial “garbage”, as well as construction and demolition debris (C&D). MSW mainly consists of paper, glass, metals, household plastics, wood, yard trimmings, food scraps, rubber, leather and textiles, while C&D debris is usually comprised of concrete, wood, drywall, asphalt, metal, bricks and unrecyclable industrial plasticsOver 400 million tons of MSW is generated in the USA annually.
  4. 4. The benefits of converting non-recyclable urban waste into high-value products, as a sustainable alternative to disposal, are numerous. • Communities benefit from a cost-effective and sustainable waste management option. • Consumers benefit from a clean energy produced from more affordable feedstock. • Because MSW is readily available in all urban and rural areas, bioenergy production facilities, and the green jobs they create, can take place in a geographically diverse manner. • Alternative transportation fuels created from waste are cleaner, thereby they can reduce overall greenhouse gas emissions by 80 percent. PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION • Less waste in landfills means less methane gas. Methane has 25 times more global warming impact than CO2, and is normally released from the decomposition of materials in landfills. • Community based waste-to-bioenergy plants are complementary with existing recycling programs.Translates into a potential of more than 12 billion gallons of green fuels.
  5. 5. 2 PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATIONTwo options to turning trash into cash while cleaning up our world.
  6. 6. OPTION 1 – TRASH TO FUEL 1 2 3 4 PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Collect trash. Sort municipal Load into a Drive away. biomass instead community-based of dumping it in fuel producing an overflowing biorefinery. landfill.A simple four step process.
  7. 7. PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATIONHere’s how community-based biorefinery technology works.
  8. 8. OPTION 2 – TRASH TO ELECTRICITY 1 2 3 4 5 PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Collect trash. Sort instead Load into a Attach to Switch on. of dumping it community- an energy in a landfill. based heat producing producing turbine. curtain burner.A simple five step process.
  9. 9. Turbine 1 4 PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION 5 2 3 1. Air Manifold 2. Firebox Refractory Wall 3. Wood Waste or Wood Fuel 4. Curtain [left to right] 5. SmokeHere’s how community-based curtain burning technology works.
  10. 10. MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITY MUNICIPALITYCommunities must work together for a greener cleaner future.
  11. 11. 1 2 3 FEASIBILITY FINANCING EXECUTIONMunicipality Grant Development, Municipality Land Energy Energy Municipality Waste Application and Execution and Allocation, Production Production Processing Management Submission for Reporting of Tax Negotiations, Technology and Technology and Energy Service ProviderFeasibility Study Feasibility Study Services Infrastructure Infrastructure Production and Biomass Delivery $10,000.00 $50,000.00+* Development Procurement Delivery Sales Biomass Contract Renegotiations with Waste 4 Management Services Provider PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION Investor/Financial Structure of Infrastructure Debt $2,000,000.00 +* Energy Purchase Agreements 5 Negotiations *sample estimate for discussion purposes only Trash to cash – a municipalities roadmap to renewable energy.
  12. 12. OPTION 1 – TRASH TO FUEL REVENUE GENERATING ASSET BASED INVESTMENT SAMPLE [scaleable to need] Input Output Investor Land Clean environment Biorefinery Permits New technology US$80,000,000.00* Taxes Local employment Services [Roads/Water] Fuel (ethanol) Trash 12,010,000 gallons @ $2.93* Grant Grant Application = US$35,189,000* per year PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION US$10,000.00 Feasibility Study Contracts: Renewable Energy Credits US$40,000.00+* • Trash supply [85 tons+ per day] Tax Subsidies • Fuel purchases US$10,000.00 today will set you on the road to a cleaner future of profitable energy independence.*sample estimate for discussion purposes onlyHere’s how you make money with trash to fuel.
  13. 13. OPTION 2 – TRASH TO ELECTRICITY REVENUE GENERATING ASSET BASED INVESTMENT SAMPLE [scaleable to need] Input Output Investor Land Clean environment Curtain Burner Permits New technology US$100,000.00* Taxes Local employment Turbine Services [Roads/Gas] Electricity US$4,000,000.00* Trash 22,000,000 KWH @ $0.10* Grant Application = US$2,200,000* per year Grant PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION US$10,000.00 Contracts: Renewable Energy Credits Feasibility Study • Trash supply Tax Subsidies US$40,000.00+* • Electricity purchases US$10,000.00 today will set you on the road to a cleaner future of profitable energy independence.*sample estimate for discussion purposes onlyHere’s how you make money with trash to electricity.
  14. 14. • Facilitate the grant application process to fund the required feasibility study, • Manage the feasibility study process to determine the best location and process option for the community-based bioconverter • Negotiate with the trash management service provider for municipal waste biomass, • Negotiate the sales channel of the renewable fuels and electricity PROPRIETARY & CONFIDENTIAL INFORMATION • Finance and procure the community-based bioconversion technology and infrastructure, • Manage the community-focused public relations campaign to gain support among local residents, • Manage the installation and testing of the infrastructure on site, • SRCGlobal requires an initial investment of US$10,000.00 upfront to begin the grant application processHere’s what we can do for you to help you move forward.
  15. 15. www.srcglobalgroup.comThank you. We look forward to partnering with you.

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