The Pitch | Biotech Tire Recycling
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Value Driven! Patent Protected in the USA, India, China & Russia
100% biofriendly tire recycling process
100% recovery of tire composites
100% of recovered tire composites are sold.
The Problem: Discarded waste tires create environmental and public health problems. Each year an estimated 290,000,000 waste tires end up in waste tire heaps across the United States. Waste tire heaps become incubators for rodents and insects infestation.
The Solution: Biotech Tire Recycling Inc. introduces a disruptive 100% Biofriendly tire recycling process designed to use less energy to cleanly recycle tires into one hundred percent tire composites for reuse in the manufacturing of new products. This biotechnology recycling process releases no contaminants into the groundwater or the air. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
Disposing of waste tires is an environmental problem. Discarded waste tires become incubators for rodents and insects infestations, causing health hazards and aesthetically displeasing pollution problems for communities across the United States and other industrialised nations.
Biotech Tire Recycling introduces a disruptive 100% Biofriendly tire recycling process designed to use less energy to recycle and recover 100% of tire composites, to supply industries demanding rubber, steel, and nylon products for reuse in the manufacturing of new products. Biotech Tire Recycling will contribute responsively to the conservation of the environment while responding to the problems of climate change.
In the United States alone, approximately 290,000,000 tires are disposed of each year. About 25% of these tires are recycled, and the balance end up in landfills and “tire farms” where acres of waste tires stacked in piles up to 40 feet high become incubators for rodents and insects that often find their way into nearby communities, causing food spoilage and infecting people. These rodents and insects are a threat to public health.
Waste tire heaps sometimes catch on fire and generate intense heat and hazardous conditions. Tire heaps caught on fire have buckled road surfaces and caused massive environmental problems from the toxic rubber smoke generated from burning tires.
States and municipalities have been supportive of sustainable solutions to this problem for decades. Waste tire recyclers typically convert waste tires into rubber chips suitable for fueling industrial furnaces, and as an additive to road construction aggregate. Other common uses are seen in athletic fields, and school playgrounds.
Driven by the trend to address climate change pollution problems, Biotech Tire Recycling introduces a low cost biofriendly technology process which use less energy to extract 100% sellable tire composites from each recycled tire to supply a broad range of industries.
Biotech Tire Recycling process is more efficient and has more capacity than traditional methods. The process uses less energy to recycle 100% of each tire to recover 100% saleable tire composites with no contaminants released into the groundwater or the air. The process involves biotechnology which is sustainable, and has a high societal and commercial advantage to improve health and environmental outcomes. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
Biotech Tire Recycling business model is cost efficient. The combined cost efficiencies come from Tipping fees earned from each tire collected; plus sales revenues from the recovered composites. Biotech Tire Recycling feedstock is the waste tires we collect. Revenues generated from the collection of these waste tires covers the cost of recycling and extracting 100% sellable composites from each tire for redistribution to manufacture other products in various related industries.
Importantly, our low cost biofriendly recycling process is patent protected in the USA, India, China, and Russia. Its processing methodology is proprietary to Biotech Tire Recycling. Tipping fees derived from the collection of waste tires combined with revenues from the sale of extracted tire composites is projected to be sustainable and profitable over the long term.
Our Feedstock is the collected waste tires. Tipping fees for picking up waste tires ranges from $2.00 to more than $4.25 and up among companies disposing of waste tires, depending on tire size and type, example cars, light trucks and commercial vehicle tires. Tipping fees covers the cost of the recycling process.
The tire recycling industry is still young and growing. "New technologies including pyrolysis and devulcanization, considering their bulk and durability, have made recycling tires suitable market" (reference). "According to Goldstein Research, global tire recycling market is expected to grow from USD 0.95 billion in 2016, at a compounded annual growth rate of 2.1% over the forecast period 2016-2024. The increasing environmental concerns related to CO2 and scrap tires has led to adopt new strategies for recycling and reusing the waste tires and thus inducing the growth of the market" (reference2).
Biotech Tire Recycling is responsive to climate change, and is focussed on positioning our brand as first in quality recycled rubber products, example rubber powder, and crumb rubber products for tire manufacturers and rubber extruders and other related target industries. The following illustrate the commercial markets for the tire recycling industry.
Tire Recycling Market By Product
• Crumb Rubber
• Tire-derived fuel (TDF)
• Rubberized Asphalt
• Stall Mats (Pet and Equine)
• Playground Material
• Automotive parts
• Bonded Rubber/Molded Products
• Flooring Products
Tire Recycling Market By End User
• Automotive & Aviation Sector
• Others (Sports, Home Decor)
We are confident that sustaining this business will be an organic endeavor; and by collaborating with local, State and Federal Agencies, we aim to implement a reliable tire disposal and pick up service in our markets. A community with a two million population will support each Plant. There is no end in sight for the demand and use of tires. A biofriendly method of recycling and recovering the composites for reuse is environmentally responsible and responsive to climate change.
Source tires from local, State, and Federal, agencies, as well as private tire shops, and transportation fleet operators who must dispose of waste tires in compliance with State or municipal regulations, or risk being fined.
Business development: Source, and develop local, national and global markets to promote and sell recycled tire composites.
A list of market by product and end user is described above and includes such industries like manufacturers of new and rethreads tires, and other related rubber products-industries. Above, is also a summary discription of Tire Recycling Market By End User. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
How It Works
The recycling process begins with passing the solid waste tires through a biofriendly patent protected solution to prepare them for the recycling process. 100% of the tires are recycled to recover 100% of the tire's composites. The tire's composites are separated into their component parts, namely rubber, scrap steel; and nylon fiber; and the solution that the tires pass through is transformed into a sealant, bottled and sold to the building industry.
The CM Shredding System is customizable and compatible with the biotechnology-mechanical processes designed to recycle waste tires in a biofriendly method. So, the CM shredding system have been selected. The following videos illustrate what the recycling process looks like. Click here to view the 4 primary stages in the recycling process.
Each 40,000 sq. ft Biotech Tire Recycling facility costs about $16 million to develop depending on cost of Real Estate, construction costs, and/or building upgrades, cost of shredding system which depends on the planned production capacity; transportation and installation costs, soft costs, working capital, and business development costs and so on. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
Basic Video Illustrations of the Recycling System
Strategic Growth and Licensing Opportunities
Biotech Tire Recycling, growth perspective is unlimited. Our plans are to establish our first biofriendly solid waste tire recycling plant in the Pittsburgh region of Pennsylvania. Once established, our expansion program will include licensing opportunities to Recyclers preferring a turnkey operation. Each Plant may operate in a territorial radius of at least 150 miles to serve a population of at least 2,000,000.
We plan to expand through:
Solid waste investors in Biotech Tire Recycling Inc.
Licensing: Investor and entrepreneurs with the desire to enter a turnkey solid waste tire recycling business are welcome.
Passive Investors who wish to invest in ownership but would prefer Biotech Tire Recycling Inc. management Team to operate the facilities.
Acquisition of complementary recycling businesses
Our patent protected solid waste biotechnology tire recycling processes will be marketed to investors and entrepreneurs to enable sustainable growth in the United States and abroad where patents can be enforced.
Biotech Tire Recycling Inc., is the license holder of these patents. The company has Patent protected rights within the United States, as well as India, China and Russia. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
Biotech Tire Recycling is an innovative forward thinking 100% biotechnology and mechanical processes designed to recycle and recover the 100% of the composites from solid waste tire. The core business model responds to the pollution problems solid waste tires have on the environment, climate change, and public health. Biotech Tire Recycling methodology is sustainable, and has a high social impact and commercial advantage by using less energy in the recycling and recovery of tire composites for reuse in other industrial applications. We do this without releasing any contaminants into the groundwater or the air. Our business model is environmentally responsive to pollution and public health, while providing a profitable and secure investment opportunity to attract support. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
The economic driver lies in the cost efficiencies of the operation.
First, the per tire revenue ($2.50 tipping fees) for collection of waste tires covers the cost of recycling and recovery of the tire composites.
Second, Biotech Tire Recycling will recycle and recover tire composites from 1,200,000 tires annually. Each tire generates $14.00 in composite sales. So, ($2.50 + $14.00) x 1,200,000 = $19,800,000 annually.
Biotech Tire Recycling's methodology and combined processes increases the economic benefit of the business to drive profits.
Management aims to specialize in the recovery of rubber composites to produce premium pure crumb rubber and rubber powder to supply the related rubber products-industries with premium rubber dust for reuse in the production of high-end rubber and rubber related products. Simultaneously, we aspire to be a solid investment, a best place to work, and a key business among industry peers. Will you join me by telling a friend, and invest ... Let's do this together...!
Project cost is $16,000,000
First round raise is $5,000,000.
Intended use of funds is to reach the following milestones:
Soft cost, including
permits, engineering and environmental reports
Independent professional market and feasibility report.
Second round raise is $11,000,000
Acquisition of machinery systems and equipment purchase
Working Capital and
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