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TGF TIRES RECYCLING LLC

TGF TIRES RECYCLING LLC

TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC is the specialist for thermolysis, pyrolysis & depolymerization for the recycling of raw materials from used tires.

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Deal Type

Equity

Funding Goal

$2,000,000

Current Reservations

$26,000,000

Minimum Reservation

$3,250

Maximum Reservation

$6,500,000

Deal Stage

Seed

Pre-money Valuation

$12,000,000

Open Date

10/10/2020

Closing Date

12/20/2020

Deal Exemption Type

3

Elevator Pitch

TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC was established with the aim of maximizing profits in the tires and rubber waste recycling industry. The Input of used and condemned tires for recycling is already secured.

KPIs

$ 2,025,000 Sales
Cash Flow Positive
27.44%% ROI

Company Overview

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TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC

717 N. Union Str., Suite 139

WILMINGTON, DE 19805

OLD CASTLE COUNTY

DELAWARE / U.S.A.

FILE NUMBER: 7944431 – DATED OF 04/22/2020

PHONE: +1-302-397 0565

FAX: +1-302-397 0565

EMAIL: info@tgf-recycling.com

WEB: https://www.tgf-recycling.com


TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC is the specialist for thermolysis, pyrolysis and depolymerization for the recycling of raw materials from used tires, rubberized excavator chains, conveyor belts and many other hydrocarbons.

The environmentally friendly and professional disposal of used tires and the recovery of the raw materials contained in them are the focus of the economic activities of TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC with our new high-tech thermolysis system SIRIUS 10 T10-Batch.

We are committed to where renewable energy can be put to good use and where we can close the cycle of raw materials in the sense of a waste value chain.

The raw materials obtained by the recycling, e.g. Thermolysis oil and carbon black are re-activated in the production process by the innovative process technologies TGF TIRES RECYCLING, LLC.

TGF TIRES RECYCLING is a company owned by Mr. Tobias Goetz, TGF TIRES is a tire recycling business located in the heart of the area of Bruck in Oberpfalz / Germany with ambitious growth plans that targets being among the top 10 tire recycling brands in the area of Germany within the first 5 years of its commencement operations.

TGF TIRES RECYCLING is a licensed and standard recycling company with strong bias for recycling used tires and rubber waste. The company will be able to secure a standard and well – positioned facility area in the outskirt of town of Bruck in Oberpfalz / Germany; a facility area that is well positioned and highly suitable for the kind of tires and rubber waste recycling plant that we want to build.

We are in the tires and rubber waste recycling industry to contribute our quota in saving the earth and also to compete in the highly competitive recycling industry not only in Bruck in Oberpfalz / Germany, but also throughout the Germany market.

TGF TIRES RECYCLING will initially be involved in the recycling of used and condemned tires and rubber waste materials but will in the nearest future engage in the recycling of other highly marketable materials.

We believe that a proactive & attentive management style is the key to achieve customer satisfaction and successfully.

At TGF TIRES RECYCLING, our client’s best interest would always come first, and our values and professional ethics guide everything we do. We encourage a creative work environment for our employees, as well as a deep respect for diversity.

Our geographical targets are focused primarily in Germany and others who are interested in our services.

TGF TIRES RECYCLING intends to target companies such as Tires manufacturing companies, Automobile manufacturing companies, Shoes and flip flops manufacturers, Roofing and construction companies, Chemical manufacturing companies, Manufacturers and Distributors, Artists, Entrepreneurs and Start – Ups who would need recycled raw materials from us, we will, at all times demonstrate our commitment to sustainability, both individually and as a firm, by actively participating in our communities and integrating sustainable business practices wherever possible.

We will ensure that we hold ourselves accountable to the highest standards by meeting our customers’ needs accurately and completely whenever they patronize our service. We plan to become one of the top-leading service providers in the industry. To achieve this, we have created a directorate to reach out to new customers and maintain the existing ones. To ensure we meet our plans, we also set up strategies which include:

Communication Strategy: our communications are designed for the betterment understanding of our client and vice visa.

Customer service: we have an undying resolve to ensure our customer are satisfied with our services. We will keep improving by featuring them in all of our activities.

Recognizing the fact that the operating environment is fast-changing, we will demonstrate the flexibility in achieving the core aims of this business plan. We are situated in Germany.

Our philosophy is one that emphasizes service and the realization that effective communi-cation and products are a vital component in our business. We also realize that, in a competitive environment, flexibility and professionalism maintain that leading edge.

THE PROBLEM:

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Our environment is important to us. As a specialist in the area of old and used tires, an environmentally conscious action is always the focus of our activities. Energy consumption worldwide continues to rise. The ecosystems are still irreversibly damaged by greenhouse gas emissions. The cheap oil is coming to an end, the search for alternative and regenerative energy sources, saving the available resources and active saving is the order of the day.

Our environment is important to us!

As a specialist company for the disposal of old and used tires, an environmentally conscious action is therefore always the focus of our activities.

Every year, around 600,000 tons of used tires are used in Germany.

ELT-Tires Germany: about 582,000 ton

ELT-Tires Austria: about 63,000 ton

Quelle: End-of-Life Tire Report 2015 (ETRMA


THE SOLUTION:

The SIRIUS T10-Batch is a process engineering plant that obtains new substances such as heavy gas oil, light gas oil, synthesis gas, carbon black and steel from old tires, old tire shredders and rubber waste in a thermolysis process (depolymerization)

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The plant consists of a chain of individual machines or apparatuses and is considered as a set of machines according to the European Machinery Directive 2006/42 / EC, Article 2a.

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Process engineering Thermolysis (Pyrolysis):

The process engineering and mechanical engineering of the entire plant "SIRIUS T10-Batch" is a further development of the well-known rotary kilns from the cement industry in combination with a new fractional distillation. The active principle is based on the thermal decomposition of chemical compounds by direct depolymerization. The process takes place in the thermocouple (rotary kiln), where the product is heated by radiant heat in an oxygen-free, inflammation-free environment.

SIRIUS T10-Batch thermolysis plants are operating energy self-sufficiently and only require the use of external energy when commissioning for the first time.

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Traction

  • • Opening of Corporate Bank Accounts various banks: In Progress

    August, 2020
  • • Application and Obtaining Tax Payer’s ID: In Progress

    August, 2020
  • • Securing a standard facility to build a standard and modern recycling plant: Completed

    August, 2020
  • • Application for business license and permit: Completed

    August, 2020
  • Start with the Equity Crowdfunding Campaign

    September, 2020

Pitch Deck

Press Mentions

Key Customers & Partners

Sirius Eco Tec GmbH , A - 9433 St. Andrae i.

Testimonials

Dittmar Roeben
Dittmar Roeben
Managing Director
"Dear Mr. Goetz, I would like to thank you for the services you have commissioned for doing research to increase sales and for product marketing. I can confirm that you have paid all amounts invoiced by us promptly and on time. We look forward to good further cooperation. Best Regards Projekt 3000 Dittmar Roeben Weberweg 41 D-26160 Bad Zwischenahn Tel: +49 (0) 4403/9743544 Fax: +49 (0) 4403/9749270 Mobil: 0049 (0) 1523 3955147 Skype: dittmar.roben Web: http://projekt3000.wixsite.com/home"

Previous Funding

  • $1,294,227 Equity
  • Raise Source: Self
  • January 2020

Frequently Asked Questions

What is the most efficient method of disposal for tires?

Despite environmental concerns, incineration of scrap tire rubber as a fuel source is currently the most widely used method of disposal.

What can be made out of recycled tires?

Here are some of the reusable byproducts of recycled tires. Tire-Derived Fuel. Tire-derived fuel (TDF) refers to scrap tires that have been shredded and can then be used as a supplement for traditional fires. ... Tire-Derived Aggregate. ... Rubber Mulch. ... Crumb Rubber. ... Rubber Powder. ... Steel. ... Fiber and Nylon.

What is pyrolysis process?

Pyrolysis is a thermochemical treatment, which can be applied to any organic (carbon-based) product. It can be done on pure products as well as mixtures. In this treatment, material is exposed to high temperature, and in the absence of oxygen goes through chemical and physical separation into different molecules.

Is pyrolysis eco friendly?

The pyrolysis is environmentally friendly because the products replace fossil based materials. The used feedstock is entirely from the sequestered carbon from the air. Another important factor (if you want to compare the footprint of different bioproducts) is the low energy density of biomass.

What are the disadvantages of pyrolysis?

The primary disadvantages of pyrolysis processing are: 1) the product stream is more complex than for many of the alternative treatments; 2) the product gases cannot be vented directly in the cabin without further treatment because of the high CO concentrations.

Risks & Disclosures

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What are some of the risks involved in investing?

Please be sure to carefully review the Risk Disclosures. The following section is excerpted from that lengthier document.

Some of the key risks to know before you invest in startups:

Crowdfunding investments are highly risky and speculative. You should do your own research and scrutinize all disclosed risk factors before making an investment decision. The following are some of the key risks applicable to Republic offerings:

Speculative: Investments in startups and early-stage ventures are speculative and these enterprises often fail. Unlike an investment in a mature business where there is a track record of revenue and income, the success of a startup or early-stage venture often relies on the development of a new product or

service that may or may not find a market. You should be prepared to lose your entire investment.

Illiquidity: Your ability to resell your investment in the first year will be restricted with narrow exceptions. You may need to hold your investment for an indefinite period of time. Unlike investing in companies listed on a stock exchange where you can quickly and easily trade securities, you may have to locate an interested private buyer when you do seek to resell your crowdfunded investment.

No voting rights: A Crowdfunding Investment does not provide voting rights to its holder, unless and until the Crowdfunding Investment or the note is converted into an equity stake. If and when you receive voting shares in a company, your voting rights will likely be diluted when the company raises additional funds.

Cancellation restrictions: Once you make an investment in a crowdfunding offering, you can cancel the investment at any time and for any reason up to 48 hours before the offering deadline.

Valuation and capitalization: Unlike listed companies that are valued publicly through market-driven stock prices, the valuation of private companies, especially startups, is difficult. You risk overpaying for the equity stake you receive. The class of equity being sold via a crowdfunding offering may have fewer rights than other equity classes issued by a company.

Limited disclosure: The company must disclose information about itself, its business plan, the offering, and its anticipated use of proceeds, among other things. An early-stage company may be able to provide only limited information about its business plan and operations because it does not have fully developed operations or a long history to provide more disclosure. The company is also only obligated to file information regarding its business annually, including financial statements.

Under certain circumstances the company may cease to publish annual reports and holders of the Crowd SAFE will have no information rights.

Investment in personnel: An early-stage investment is also an investment in the founding entrepreneur(s) and/or management of the company. Being able to execute on the business plan is often an important factor determining whether the business will be viable and successful. You should also be aware that a portion of your investment may fund the compensation of the company’s employees, including its management. You should carefully review any disclosure regarding the company’s use of proceeds.

Possibility of fraud: As with other investments, there is no guarantee that crowdfunding investments will be immune from fraud.

Lack of professional guidance: Many successful companies partially attribute their early success to the guidance of professional early-stage investors (e.g. angel investors and venture capital firms). These investors often negotiate for seats on the company’s board of directors and play an important role through their resources, contacts and experience in assisting early-stage companies in executing on their business plans. An early-stage company primarily financed through crowdfunding may not have the benefit of such professional investors.

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