Is it financially balanced ?

Yes. And it must be, if you want to replicate it elsewhere. Here is for instance what could be a provisional plan for Kuala Lumpur.

Here is a financial projection of approach for a population taken as an example, here Kuala-Lumpur:

In case you have a doubt

Balancing at the level of the industrial plant is necessary. But even it would be, here are 10 reasons to know before talking about profit:

  1. Green diesel can be sold abroad at a great price, greater than market diesel price.
  2. Because a lot of company need the "green stick" on their shop window, many national companies, like Petronas, shall try to obtain green label and results against carbon footprint; they are, actually, ready to help (Petronas already signed us a contract, concerning 100% of our productions).
  3. While we reduce diesel import or production, and then cost of transportation of diesel, as we produce close to the needs, we bring profitability.
  4. RNGE will not pay for public waste produced by administrations and big hotels or public waste. Hotels and town councils will concede their waste free, as far as we clean their environment free. Many plastic producers (industries) will be happy to find somebody who will collect and recycle their trash free. We can give them a lower price.
  5. Many countries give their dirty plastic... with money. They pay to give them. For instance, USA are ready to pay a lot. They are obliged to find a solution and are under constraint. They are building thousands of storages.
  6. 2.5 millions of organizations around the world involved in environment are waiting for such a solution like that: Greenpeace receive billions. Wouldn’t they help this solution ? What about millions of organisations in charge with animal cause ? what will happen as soon as we explain that we are saving millions of animals ? How will Unesco will react when we show how we clean national parcs, landscapes etc., like Langkawi geoparc which is a huge problem to them ? The cleaning of the landscape and cities will attract hundreds of associations and networks, not to mention the benevolence of the government, under the pressure of environmental organizations, and further that of the United Nations, Unesco involved for example in Langkawi etc. A huge help can be asked, as pollution is the world’s number one problem today (and the first source of global heating).
  7. How will react countries like Singapore, Thailand, Japan, Indonesia, India, China, Vietnam, Laos, Cambodia, Philippines etc., as we bring a solution to their first ecological problem, as everybody know that they don’t know what to do with plastic, especially since China closed its door to it ?
  8. Buying plastic 1RM per kilo will drain plastic from the source. Just imagine consequences on wrapping, for example.
  9. And then, reducing plastic consumption isn’t it good for a country which import petrol, which, be able to export more, and green one ?
  10. Even if you add all benefits made with plastics+diesel, batteries, wood, medicines, electronics etc., it comes to a very far total from the real benefit of a clean land, free of plastic. Where you do 1RM with diesel, you make 100RM with health, tourism, economy, international image… International money help to solutions like this one. And this one is the best today on earth.
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