Clean Vision to build $50 million West Virginia facility to convert plastics into clean energy

June 15, 2023
When fully operational, the facility will have the ability to convert plastics to clean energy at a rate of 100 tons per day.

Clean Vision Corporation has announced plans to open a new facility in Quincy, West Virginia. Clean Vision’s subsidiary, Clean-Seas West Virginia, signed a memorandum of agreement with the West Virginia Department of Economic Development (WVDED) for the creation of a $50 million plant that will convert “plastic feedstock into precursors for recycled content plastics and clean fuels.” When fully operational, the facility will have the ability to convert plastics to clean energy at a rate of 100 tons per day. The plant, which will open in 2024, has the potential to increase capacity to 500 tons per day over time.

In a recent quote, Dan Bates, CEO of Clean Vision, said, "West Virginia has always been a globally recognized leader in energy. We're excited to help West Virginia lead in clean energy for the next century. I would like to thank Gov. Justice, Secretary Carmichael, and their team for their vision in collaborating with Clean Vision on a project that reflects our shared commitment to deliver innovative solutions geared toward making a lasting and sustainable impact on the environment, while simultaneously contributing to West Virginia's economic growth and development."

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