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Nerium, is creating an initiative to accelerate the deployment of Waste to Energy projects in the Middle East and North Africa “MENA” region.

LET’S SAVE OUR ENVIRONMENT

Growing Population, economic prosperity and industrialization in the
countries have been contributing to the ever-increasing municipal solid wastes. Landfills through out the region have been overflowing, forcing governments to rethink ways to dispose of waste.

WASTE TO ENERGY
RECYCLING ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH

RECYCLING ALONE IS NOT ENOUGH

Planners in the region recognize that recycling alone will not be enough, and are moving forward with using waste-to-energy plants as a landfill alternative. Open dumping is the most prevalent mode of municipal solid waste disposal in most countries today. Existing landfill sites are under pressure and sometimes are not sufficient to manage the huge volume of waste generated.

The Company will focus on investments in certain countries that have strong economic fundamentals, waste management structure, high tipping fees and a big demand for additional power, difficulties adding new landfills and has major infrastructure and environmental concerns.

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PRE-SELECTED PORTFOLIO

The Company will focus on investments in certain countries that have:

Strong economic fundamentals

Strong economic fundamentals

Waste management structure

Waste management structure

High tipping fees

High tipping fees

A strong demand for additional power

A strong demand for additional power

Difficulties adding new landfills due to high urban concentrations

Difficulties adding new landfills due to high urban concentrations

Major infrastructure and environmental concerns

Major infrastructure and environmental concerns

THE COMPANY HAS ALREADY IDENTIFIED THE NEED OF WTE IN MANY COUNTRIES AROUND THE WORLD

TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT
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TECHNOLOGY ASSESSMENT

Nerium, through its consultants, has conducted an initial technical
assessment comparing and evaluating the different commercially
available and technically proven technologies following a certain set of
criteria that includes diversion rate of recycled products from landfill,
environmental impacts, financial feasibility, production of other marketable
products and contribution to long term municipal disposal plans.

The preliminary findings and assessments shows that while incineration is
currently the most widely deployed among these conversion technologies,
that gasification, is best suited for conversion of municipal solid waste.

REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP
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REGIONAL PARTNERSHIP

The Company believes that establishing a regional proprietary and exclusive relationship with a technology provider offering cash strained governments and municipalities fully optimized and efficient solutions from design, development, funding, construction, and operations is crucial for it to develop competitively its pre-selected pipeline of projects.

The company has focused on gasification technologies and reached out to companies that have proven technologies, a successful track record, a number of commercially operating assets, access to development and equity funds and have strategic plans to conduct business or grow their existing business.

ADVISORY SUPPORT

The Company has will retain a number of internationally recognized advisory firms to assist it in implementing its overall acquisition strategy and more specifically in its due diligence, project development asset valuation and deal structuring.

WASTE TO ENERGY INDUSTRY

The global WtE market was valued at US$25.32 billion in 2013 and has been growing on average at a 5.5% rate. Europe is the largest and most sophisticated market for WtE technologies, accounting for nearly half of the total market revenue Among the 420 plus WtE plants in Western Europe and 80 plus WtE plants in the United States, there are a number of large WtE facilities which have now been in operation for three to four decades the development of WtE projects has increased significantly over the last 20-30 years due to:

Dwindling fossil fuel resources

The increasing focus on energy security

A greater awareness of the social and environmental hazards of poor waste management

An overwhelming global focus on reducing greenhouse gases

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