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PRESENTED BY: FELIX A. NEGRON AMERICAN PRECIOUS METAL RECYCLING LLC As of 23 February Mining Projects in 7 Countries
GENERAL INFORMATION 5 MILLIONS US PER MINING SITE 80% EQUIPMENT AND 20% Administration. 40 OR MORE MINING OPERATIONS AVAILABLE. 5 YEAR PROJECT. MINING SITES IN ARIZONA, NEVADA, CALIFORNIA, OREGON, MEXICO, COSTA RICA, COLOMBIA, BRAZIL, PERU AND BOLIVIA. MINING FOR GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM GROUP HEADQUARTERS IN USA. OVER 4 MILLION TROY OUNCES IN GOLD RESERVES AND 1 MILLION IN PLATINUM GROUP RESERVES.
INVESTMENT 58 MILLION TO 150 MILLION FUNDING OF 30 SITES 80% EQUIPMENT AND 20% OPERATIONS INVESTOR WILL PARTICIPATE ON OPERATIONS. COMPANY INCORPORATION IN NEVADA. REVENUE SHARE 7 COUNTRIES AND NEW TECHNOLOGY MILLION OF DOLLARS IN PRECIOUS METAL RESERVES.
PROJECTS ARIZONA, US – 234 ACRES – 10 Mining Claims BOLIVIA – Over 200,000 Acres – 4 Mining Claims BRAZIL – 2 MINING CLAIMS COLOMBIA – 284,000 ACRES – OVER 20 PROJECTS COSTA RICA – 4 MINING CLAIMS HONDURAS – UNDER DEVELOPMENT MEXICO – 4 MINING SITES OVER 300 ACRES PANAMA – UNDER DEVELOPMENT PERU – 2 OPERATIONS AFRICA – 4 COUNTRIES – 200,000 ACRES
EQUIPMENT 40 MINING TEAMS – 20 TON PER HOUR CREWS. 20 to 200 TON PER HOUR HELIX CONSTRUCTION SUPPOR EQUIPMENT. PLASMA POWER PLANT – NEW TECHNOLOGY PRECIOUS METAL LABORATORY WATER PUMP AND SUPPORT VEHICLES MILLING EQUIPMENT OPEN PIT OPERATION AND SEVERAL UNDERGROUND OPERATIONS.
TIME TABLE MONTH 1 TO 4 ORDERING EQUIPMENT AND TRAINING THE CREWS. MONTH 2 TO 3 MONTHS SET UP OF LEGAL ENTITIES IN EACH COUNTRY. 5 TO 7 MONTHS TO DEPLOY THE 20 TON PER HOUR EQUIPMENT. MOBILE UNITS 8 TO 9 MONTHS DEPLOYMENT OF 100 TON PER HOUR EQUIPMENT. MOBILE UNITS 10 MONTHS FIRST GOLD, SILVER AND PLATINUM REVENUE.
MINING EQUIPMENT 100 TON HOUR
Accepts wide range of feed stock materials Flexibility in terms of waste materials available at various times of the year or with changes in market conditions - combustion-based systems are restricted to specific materials with certain physical characteristics. Ability to operate at less than 100% of capacity Can vary operation with availability of waste and energy demand - other systems must operate at design capacity - less flexibility. No air emissions from the gasifer The Gasifier does not require a "smokestack" as its emissions are the combustible gas used to produce electrical power. The only emissions are those from the engines, boilers or gas turbines. Environmental permitting is simplified and less costly. Can be started and stopped as required Better suited for operations where operations are not required for seven days per week and 24 hours per day. Operates at low pressures and temperatures Reduced original cost. Simplified and longer cost maintenance requirements. Less stringent requirements for operating permits. Fully Automated Operating System Does not require a full-time operator. Complete system diagnostics built in to computer controlled operating system. Lower Initial Cost Reduced capital cost due to simplicity of design and effectiveness of gas clean-up system. As much as 1/3 of the size and 1/3 of the cost of competing technologies. Proprietary Technology U.S. and Foreign patents protect the investment in the technology and testify to the unique nature of the system.
POWER PLANT Principles of Gasification Advantages can use waste products to produce useful energy help eliminate landfill problems CO 2 neutral process choice of energy form produced