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Clear Vision Establishes Quincy, West Virginia, Manufacturing Plant

Clean-Seas West Virginia, a subsidiary of Clean Vision Corporation, plans to establish a manufacturing facility in Quincy, West Virginia. The company is expected to invest $50 million.

The Kanawha County facility will focus on converting plastic feedstock into precursors for recycled content plastics and clean fuels, including hydrogen.

"West Virginia has always been a globally recognized leader in energy," Dan Bates, CEO of Clean Vision, said. "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."

Clean Vision Corporation (OTCQB) identifies and acquires companies and technologies that will have an impact on the green economy. Portfolio companies are supported by consultancy services, connecting organizations to new verticals, accelerating time to market and profitability.

"Clean Vision has demonstrated a clear commitment to leadership in the clean energy space, and we welcome them to the Mountain State with open arms,” Secretary Carmichael noted. “We look forward to getting this project off the ground and running in high gear."

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