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Island Recycling Bahamas


Project No: #18649
Capital needed
USD 100,000
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Minimum investment per investor: 30000
Country: Bahamas
Reason for needing Capital: Equipment or Inventory
Stage: Pre-Startup
Ideal Investor Role: Equity partner
Highlights: Potential huge profit margins

Room for growth in the industry

Positive feedback from potential customers

Buyers have been located

Secured contracts with schools
What you offer to investors?: I am seeking $100,000 for 40% equity in the company. The funding will be used to purchase much needed equipment for the business to function such as baler, bins, trucks and containers. Also to secure a warehouse size space.
Business plan:
Executive summary:


The purpose of this proposal is to raise funds for the development of a recycling collection center. Island Recycling Bahamas is a Nassau, Bahamas based company that will acquire recyclable goods with the intent to sort, and resell bulk inventories of aluminum and plastic to distributors in its targeted market.


The goal is to provide a safe, efficient and effective waste collection system that protects the natural environment while creating a sustainable future for generations to come and concurrently generating a profit from the resale of packaged recyclable materials.


The primary revenue streams for the business will come from the sale of bulk aluminum and plastic that will be sold to manufacturers and wholesalers throughout the target market. The Company will acquire these inventories by acting as a private recycling collection center where individuals, general contractors, and subcontractors can drop off their waste recyclable materials. Within its facility, Island Recycling Bahamas will have all of the necessary equipment to process and repackage waste recyclables into sale-able inventories.


The industry competitive intensity level is very low at this time. The industry in the Bahamas is young and the expected future growth rate is anticipated to eventually approach that of the general growth of the US economy.



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