Clean Vision identifies and acquires companies and technologies that will have an impact in a green economy. The Clean Vision family provides vital strategic insight, global funding access and a robust corporate structure to support its incorporated ventures in positioning concepts for global success. Clean Vision, Inc. identifies leading companies and technologies that are focused on clean energy and sustainable solutions which will serve the global markets needs of today and in the future. The Company will support these new ventures in the green economy improving quality of life for its customers, reducing greenhouse gas emission and adding value for its shareholders. Clean Vision has 1 company in its growing portfolio; Clean-Seas, Inc., a solutions provider focused on recycling waste plastics into clean burning fuels. The Clean Vision portfolio companies are supported by consultancy services, connecting organisations to new verticals, accelerating time to market and profitability.
Dan Bates, CEO
Dan a serial entrepreneur well known for his extensive start-up knowledge. With over 10+ years in the renewable energy sector Dan has a wide experience in selling products into the developing countries of the world. Dan now leads Clean Vision as the Chief Executive Officer.
Chris Percy, President
Chris began his early career in electronic security, where he quickly progressed from engineer to a challenging business development role. In 2003, he used the broad skills acquired over years in the industry to set up Direct CCTV & Security Systems, servicing a broad international clientele, including Bank of America, Amazon and Geopost. When the company went public as Direct Security Integration Inc in 2014, Chris stepped down to consult technology companies on structure and sales. In May 2018 he was approached by Clean Vision to take the reins and completed a successful corporate action with FINRA.
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.