Clean-Seas is helping communities around the world implement technology to reduce pollution and generate benefit for multiple stakeholders from governments to businesses and consumers.
Dedicated to providing efficient and cost effective technology solutions that address the global waste plastic crisis, creating economic opportunity and social benefit in emerging and developed economies across the world.
The Global Plastic Pollution Problem:
tons of plastic waste exist in the natural world
plastic bottles are sold every minute globally
of the plastic packaging is used once and discarded
of all plastic ever made has been made since the year 2000
or less of all plastic is recycled globally
or less of all plastic is economically recyclable
The Greatest threat to our planet is the belief that someone else will save it.
– Robert Swan
Clean-Seas works with community stakeholders from government, business and non-governmental organizations to identify plastic waste stream challenges, and design, fund and implement innovative technology solutions, including pyrolysis and gasification.
Every community is unique, with varying degrees of readiness to collect and sort plastics, and differing priorities for end products (i.e. ultra-low sulfur diesel, hydrogen, power generation, etc.) All of our projects share a commitment to convert difficult-to-recycle waste plastics to valuable materials, through a clean, transparent process
Clean-Seas utilizes advanced processes for converting plastic waste. Using best in class methodology to solve customer needs, Clean-Seas will rapidly deploy systems of any size, over 40 tons/day.
Pyrolysis is a thermochemical treatment, which can be applied to any organic (carbon based) product. In this treatment, material is exposed to high temperatures and then in the absence of oxygen, goes through a chemical and physical separation into different molecules.
7 operational facilities since 2006; total capacity 370+tons a day.
2 units in 2020; total capacity 80 tons a day.
Opening 2021; 200 tons/day.
Opening 2022; 240 tons/day.
Opening 2022; 200 tons/day.
3 sites opening 2022, total 280 tons/day
opening 2022, 200 tons/day
Frequently Asked Questions
Q: Shouldn’t we eliminate plastics wherever possible, instead of trying to recycle or remanufacture plastic already in the supply chain?
Q: Does pyrolysis use more energy than it’s worth?
Q: Wait, is pyrolysis recycling? Or Not?
Q: Does Clean-Seas pyrolysis emit hazardous heavy metals like lead and mercury, or highly toxic pollutants like dioxins and PFAS? What about your products?
Q: Is pyrolysis the same as incineration?
Q: Aren’t you diverting plastic that would otherwise be recycled?
WHO WE ARE
A Science & Tech Solution
We work with local partners to develop solutions tailored to each community’s unique needs, leveraging“Best in class” solutions.
Dan Bates, CEO
Serial entrepreneur with extensive start-up experience. 10+ years in the renewable energy sector, selling products into the developing countries of the world.
Chris Percy, President, Clean Vision Corp.
Established entrepreneur notably in the international capital markets, with a strong interest in social impact and sustainable development.
Rachel Boulds, Chief Financial Officer, Clean Vision Corp.
Senior finance executive working for high-profile publicly traded, private equity-owned, and privately held companies
John Owen, Chief Operating Officer, Clean Vision Corp.
30 year’s executive experience in venture-stage and emerging-growth companies in technology, entertainment, and finance.
Erfan Ibrahim, Chief Technology Officer.
Nuclear engineer with deep expertise designing and building carbon capture and recycling infrastructure for smart communities to reverse climate change.
Christopher Galazzi, Business Development Director
30 year veteran of strategic market entry and early-stage technology business development.
John Yonce, Business Development Director
30 years of global experience building social-impact businesses and nonprofits.