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A green project for a green planet ECO Aquaculture Technologies │ January │ 2018
CONTENT

1 Executive Management 5 Market Analysis

2 Project / Vision 6 Marketing Strategies

3 Start Up Assets
7 Production Sales Forecast

4 Project Upgrades 8 Financials


EXECUTIVE
MANAGEMENT
EXECUTIVE MANAGEMENT

Joseph E. Casabona
Co-Founder
Chief Financial Officer
Managing Member

Nick M. Casabona Eliazar Velasco


Co-Founder Business Development
Business Development Central & S. America

Clayton Rohman Jeff Cook Stephen Wilburn


Corporate engineer Chief Engineer. Chief Technology Officer
Managing Member
PROPOSED COMPANY ORGANIZATION
HOLDCO JOINT VENTURE LLC
SUBCHAPTER C/SPE INDOOR RAS SHRIMP
BOARD OF DIRECTORS FARM MANEGEMENT CO

CONSTRUCTIO OPERATIONS
ADMINISTRATION
N Management

Environmental Quality
Construction / Logistics / Procurement / Corporate Accounting /
Site Control Health & Assurance / IT
Site Mgmt Customs Inventory Planning Tax
Safety Control

Maintenance Enterprise Finance /


Engineering / Permitting / Shipping /
EPC regulatory
Legal
Receiving / Scheduled- Resource Legal HR & sSR Investment
Un Scheduled Planning Banking

Business
Marketing R&D
Development
NEW BUSINESS Introduction
MISSION
The United States is currently importing 1.2 billion To build our brand on the core
pounds of shrimp a year from Asia. It is cheap to U.S. values of customer service, and
consumers, but it’s being produced in an unsustainable care, hospitality, highest
way. standards of quality, honesty,
integrity and community
outreach.
ECO will become the first large (industrial) scale, .

indoor closed containment Shrimp Farm in the USA to TECHNOLOGY


commercialize a revolutionary new technology in Utilize cutting edge and proprietary
Shrimp Farming. ECO’s modular system is designed to technologies to build sustainable,
harvest up to 1,200,000 lbs. of shrimp (per facility) indoor shrimp production plants. To
annually. produce these plants in modular
form to accommodate the varying
Utilizing SISPS, (Sustainable Indoor Shrimp budgetary restraints of investors.
Production System) a process and a practice
developed by the founders of ECO AquaCulture PRODUCTS
Technologies, Inc will result in construction of The SISPS plants will produce the
sustainable farm projects with minimal environmental highest-quality products that are not
impacts. currently available in the industry
today. A sustainably grown “organic
quality shrimp”.
PROJECT VISION
MISSION Statement OUR MISSION is to Build Sustainable, Indoor,
Shrimp Production Systems Utilizing the Latest
Science and Technologies Available Today and to
Produce these Plants in Modular form, and to
Market SISPS Domestically and Internationally
with our EPC Partner, Firm Green Inc

A. Design
B. Build Modular Industrial
C. Operate Scale Shrimp Farms
D. Manage
For Our
Own Account
and for the Account
of 3rd Parties.
SERVICES
ECO Aquaculture Technologies can offer the following services:
Development of the project "from idea to implementation“ Feasibility study.
It proposes to conduct a full feasibility study, including a full budget, a recruitment plan, detailed
production costs, energy and water consumption, labor, market valuation, etc.

Requirements for water quality drawings of design and construction works


We offer a design-layout, in order to give the client an approximate idea of the area and
construction costs required for his project. After signing the contract, we make all the necessary
drawings for construction work

Supervision, construction, installation and equipment


ECO-RAS has the skills and experience to guide you
through the entire project on a turn-key basis.

Production plan development


We can develop a complete production plan with
all inputs and outputs of products, feed and the
necessary living material equipment and material selection.
TECHNOLOGIES

The SISPS System has optimal cultivation


conditions throughout the year:

• High productivity per volume of water;


• Low feed coefficient;
• High survival rate;
• Minimum water flow;
• Decrease of sewage to a minimum;
• Reducing the risk of developing diseases;
• Independence from natural conditions;
• Economical;
• The possibility of supplying fresh shrimp in the
local market.
A RECIRCULATING AQUACULTURE SYSTEM (RAS) - CONSISTS OF CULTURE VESSELS & VARIOUS TREATMENT DEVICES CONNECTED THROUGH FLOWING WATER

Water Gravity Flow Water Pressurized Flow

Round Inverted
Cones
Semi-Square
Rectangular
SHRIMP
Grow Out
Oxygenation U-Tubes
Packed Columes
Raceway (STACKED) Culture TANKS Low Head Oxygenators
Proprietary Product

Sedimentation BLOCK FLOW DIAGRAM


Tanks
Swirl Separators Pathogen Ultraviolet Light
Ozone
Tube Settlers
Drum Filters Control
Micro-Screens SOLIDS
Membrane Filters Capture
Cartridge Filters
Sand Filters
SUMP Carbon Packed Columns
SUMP Spray Colums with
SUMP
Dioxide Counter Current
Sump
Degassing Airflow

PUMP

Submerged Filters
Trickle Filters
Axial Pumps Rotating Biological
Centrifugal Pumps Water Bio Contactors
Air Lift Pumps Recirculation Filtration Fluidized Bed Filters
Floating Bead Filters

Water Gravity Flow Water Pressurized Flow


WHY SHRIMP

Continue to next slide…………..


WHY SHRIMP cont…

Sources: FAO (2016) for 1995-2011; FAO (2016) and GOAL (2014) for 2012-2014; GOAL (2016) for 2014-2018. Southeast Asia
includes Thailand, Vietnam, Indonesia, Bangladesh, Malaysia, Philippines, Myanmar and Taiwan. M. Rosenbergii is not
included.
WHY SHRIMP cont…

The U.S. is importing more shrimp than


ever before, with shipments in the first
half of 2017 jumping to 286,090 metric
tons, the most in 45 years of data from
the…..

National Oceanic & Atmospheric


Administration
START UP ASSETS & Use of Funds
START UP ASSETS & Use of Funds
PROJECT UPGRADES
PROJECT UPGRADES Optional Add Ons…….

Mesa VerdeWatts Electrical Grid Aquaponics: Growing Plants,


Fruits and Vegetables
PROJECT UPGRADES continue……
Water Purification
The VerdeWatts project team members have been constructing and upgrading water treatment facilities for over 75 years.
We combine a global breadth and depth of experience with innovation and insight through every phase of the water cycle,
so we are able to develop and implement long-term solutions for managing water resources and providing safe drinking
water.
Environmentally responsible and cost-effective water treatment protects the health and future of your community by
managing water resources in a sustainable manner.
Our industry leading water treatment plant contractors have successfully completed municipal and industrial water
treatment projects totaling more than $800 million over the past 10 years. Our civil engineering and project management
team has global expertise to deliver comprehensive environmental engineering and management consulting services to
solve our clients’ most complex water challenges.

FirmGreen’s patented VerdeControls™ enables 360º system visibility 24/7/365 in real-time over a secure
network. Our remote management capability results in highly efficient plant operation, saving money and time.
Its core technology for plant operations allows facility managers to continuously monitor and manage systems,
enabling them to meet or exceed regulatory requirements
PROPRIETARY PRODUCT

The Uses of Aqua-Sol DO Control™ Organic Water Conditioner


 Eliminates the use of Chemicals ● Reduces Amount of Prophylactic Pharmaceuticals
 Water-Soluble & Natural Chelate ● INCREASE YIELD (SIZE AND QUANTITY)
 Increases Nutrient Bioavailability ● Lower FCR
 Pollutant Detoxifier ● Reduce Need for Pond Replacement
 Powerful Organic Electrolyte ● Increase DO
 Natural Antimicrobial Activity ● Eliminate Ammonia and Nitrates
 Reduces Need For Pathogen Control ● Increases the yield/sq. miter
 Free-Radical Scavenger & Antioxidant ● Lowers Mortality Rate
MARKET
ANALYSIS
TARGET MARKET
The USA only produces 5 -7%
of the shrimp it consumes

The USA is sorely lagging behind the 7%


world in the percentage of seafood it
consumes relative to the amount of
seafood it produces. ECO Aquaculture
Technologies wants to take the
production of shrimp to an industrialized
level with it’s ……………………………….

SHRIMP SHRIMP
SISPS TECHNOLOGY.

IMPORTATION
IMPORTs 93%

93%
Strengths
❖ Large, Established Market
SWOT ANALYSIS ❖ Advanced Technologies & Processes
❖ First Mover Status / Industrial Scale Production
❖ Process Automation
❖ Organic, Clean, Bio-secure, Scalable
❖ Selective Breeding &genetic improvements
Weaknesses
STRENGTHS WEAKNESSES ❖ Limited p / Supply / Niche Markets
❖ High Cost of Processing – Freezing / Shipping
❖ High Labor Costs
❖ Stricter EH&S

SWOT
❖ Stricter Food Quality

Opportunities
❖ Impact of Water Shortages on competing protein sources
OPPORTUNITIE ❖ Demand for Protein / Growing population
THREATS ❖ Supply is in Disarray
S ❖ US Product: Buy Locally
❖ Decreasing yields from Existing Sources
❖ 10% CAGR-Last Decade
Threats
❖ Competition-Better Tech/I/P
❖ Price Wars
❖ Consumer Taste Changes
❖ Oversupply of Shrimp
❖ Inadequate Differentiation-Domestic vs. Imports
❖ Inadequate Disease Management
MARKETING STRATEGY
TARGET MARKET California, Nevada, and Arizona
Per capita shrimp consumption in the USA is appx. 5 lbs. per person. With 4 plants producing 1.2 million lbs. of shrimp /
year, our production would represent less than a 1% market share. At present 92% of shrimp consumption is imported
into the USA. Our product is organic, green, sustainable and “Grown in the USA”.
Las Vegas, Nevada is the largest shrimp consuming city
in the world. Consumes over 21 million lbs. of shrimp per
year. Plant location has been identified.

Greater Los Angeles is the 2nd largest urban region in


the USA with over 18 million residents. Plant location
Salt Lake City has been identified.
Reno
Denver, Co
St. George San Francisco is the 2nd most densely populated major
Mesquite, Nv American city. The metropolitan area consists of 4.6 plus
Las Vegas people. In Process of selecting a location.

Phoenix – Tucson Megalopolis is one of the fastest


growing conurbations in the country and is speculated to
double it’s population by 2040. San Diego, Ca. can easily
be added to this market.
Plant location has been identified.
m
STRATEGIC PLANT LOCATIONS

Mesquite, Nv.

Victorville, Ca

Casa Grande, Az.

San Francisco, Ca
Yet to be selected
MARKETING STRATEGY and Positioning
The SISPS system and growing process
has been designed for maximum
flexibility and production with the ability
to customize crops (shrimp size) to Our Productivity advantage is
target specific markets (gourmet grade) based on:
to meet specific market demands. There
are many variables that contribute to
this production strategy such as:
.
➢ Market demand for size and price
➢ Weekly weight gain
➢ Mortality (Survival) Rate
➢ Stocking Density
➢ Harvest density
➢ Partial Harvests
➢ Feed Conversion Ratio
➢ Production costs
Wholesale Off-take: Our plants produce
a high demand, high quality, organic
grade, fresh to market shrimp that gives
our product an edge over all competitors
FINANCIAL SUMMARY
GROWING FORECAST

Production-yr Plant Net Capacity Factor %


1,220,000 1,210,000 1,210,000

1,200,000 85.00% 85.00%


1,180,000
1,180,000 83.3%
1,160,000

1,140,000 1,130,000
79.90%
1,120,000

1,100,000 1,090,000

1,080,000 76.50%

1,060,000

1,040,000

1,020,000
Year 1 Year 3 Year 5 Year 7 Year 10 YEAR 1 YEAR 3 YEAR 5 YEAR 7 YEAR 10

Production lbs
REVENUE / NET INCOME

Revenue Net Income

$26,585,512 $9,286,430
$8,792,159
$8,141,100
$25,748,680
$7,673,698
$7,218,067

$24,712,084

$23,915,963

$23,137,975

1 2 3 4 5 Net income Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5


CASH FLOW
Cash Flow
Year 5

Year 4

Year 3

Year 2

Year 1

$0 $10,000,000 $20,000,000 $30,000,000 $40,000,000 $50,000,000 $60,000,000

Cash Balance Cash Flow


PROJECTED INCOME STATEMENT
RETURN ANALYSIS
Return Analysis
60.00%

50.00%

40.00%

30.00%

20.00%

10.00%

0.00%
Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

ROCE ROA ROE

Return Analysis Year 1 Year 2 Year 3 Year 4 Year 5

ROCE 32.20% 36.59% 41.68% 48.54% 55.68%


ROA 22.72% 19.45% 17.10% 15.58% 14.13%
ROE 23.51% 19.99% 17.50% 15.90% 14.38%
PROJECTED CASH FLOW

Revenue/Net Income

$26,585,512
$25,748,680
$24,712,084
$23,915,963
$23,137,975

$8,792,159 $9,286,430
$7,673,698 $8,141,100
$7,218,067

YEAR 1 YEAR 2 YEAR 3 YEAR 4 YEAR 5

Revenue Net Income


Executive Management
&
Advisory Team (bios)
Joseph E. Casabona 1940 East Chenango Ct. Englewood, Co. 80113-7126
.
Mr. Joseph E. Casabona currently serves as Senior Financial Advisor to the Chief Executive Officer (CEO) of
FirmGreen, Inc.. In this capacity Mr. Casabona advises FirmGreen, Inc. on high level matters relating to Project
Finance, Business Development, Capital Structure, and matters relating and Project Financial Feasibility issues.
FirmGreen, Inc., a integrated energy company, identifies, develops, and commercializes alternative fuels and
fuel technology platforms. It’s technology platforms convert solids, liquid, and gaseous hydrocarbons from landfill
gas, forest residues, and biomass into renewable electricity, as well as into clean bio fuels to power vehicles and
fuel cells. The company’s technology platform also enables production of dry ice, which is used as a coolant and
non-toxic cleaning agent: and Di-methyl esters for flame retardant, hydraulic fluid, antistatic agent, and textile
applications. It also designs, builds, operates, and maintains bio gas processing facilities and on-site fueling
stations. The company is based in Newport Beach, California and is privately owned. Recently FirmGreen, Inc.
completed one of the world’s largest landfill gas reclamation project, the Novo Gramacho Landfill near Rio de
Janeiro, Brazil. In addition, FirmGreen’s “ Green Energy Center” in Ohio won an EPA LMOP Project of the Year
award.

In 2007, Mr. Casabona was elected to the Board of Directors of PDC Energy, Inc. PDC Energy, Inc. is an oil and
gas exploration and production company with operations in the domestic United States. PDCE is a registered
public company (NASDAQ: PDCE). The market cap of PDCE is currently approximately $2.7 billion. Currently and
until his term expires (2017). Mr. Casabona serves as Chairman of the Audit Committee of the Board of Directors
of PDCE. He enjoys over 30 years’ experience in the United States in the oil and gas industry with extensive
background in strategic planning, capital structure, capital markets, business development. Mr. Casabona has
earned extensive first hand and experience in most aspects of the energy business, including conventional
(natural gas exploration, development, marketing, acquisitions in mid-stream operations), energy and renewable
energy sources (wind, solar, CHP, hydroelectric, and biomass).

Continued next slide


Mr. Casabona previously served as the Chief Executive Officer (CEO), President and member of the Board of
Directors of Paramax Resources, Ltd from July 2008 to December 2010. Paramax Resources, Ltd is an oil and
gas exploration company. Paramax Resources, Ltd was registered as a publicly traded company on the TSX
Venture Exchange.

Mr. Casabona served as Executive Vice President of Energy Corporation of America from 1985 until May 2007.
His responsibilities included strategic planning as well as executive oversight of the Company, including
drilling operations in the continental United States and internationally.

Mr. Casabona also served as the Chief Financial Officer (CFO) of Energy Corporation of America, where he
addressed in-depth a broad array of corporate, contractual, capital markets, financing, and regulatory
issues. He served as Director of Energy Corporation of America from June 1993 to May 2007. He joined
Eastern American Energy Corporation, Inc. (predecessor to E. C. A.) in 1985 and served as Director and as
Vice President 1987 to 1993.

Mr. Casabona has served as a Director of several industry trade associations including the Independent Oil
and Gas Association of West Virginia and the Pennsylvania Independent Oil and gas Association.
From 1967 to 1979, Mr. Casabona served in various audit staff capacities in the Pittsburgh, Pennsylvania
office of KPMG Main Hurdman Certified Public Accountants. He was a partner of KPMG and served as Director
of Accounting and Auditing of it’s Pittsburgh office. He has been a Certified Public Accountant (CPA) since
1969 (Pennsylvania / West Virginia).
Prior to 1967, Mr. Casabona served two years active duty as 1st Lieutenant in the US Army.
Mr. Casabona graduated from the University of Pittsburgh with a Bachelor of Science Degree in Business
Administration and the Colorado School of Mines with a Master of Science Degree in Mineral Economics.
Nick M. Casabona 100 North Grapevine Rd 8M Mesquite, Nevada 89123

Nick M. Casabona. Attended Cerritos College 1969-1973. Obtained a California Real Estate Brokers License.
Completed 160 accredited hours of educational management courses required by the California Department of
Real Estate over a period of 10 years. Owned and operated the following companies: Midas Marketing Realty and
Mortgage Company. Hillside Real Estate Properties, Venture Realty, Venture Escrow, Unity Mortgage, and Funders
Mortgage which all morphed into YRHH, Inc., which did over $260,000,000 in gross real estate and commercial
lease sales (last operating year) prior to selling off operations. Success in commercial real estate was due most
in part by hiring and/or having available specialized expertise in client focused services.

Introduced nutritional and environmental oxygen based products to a number of countries in Asia. Owned and
operated Millennium of Asia in Bangkok, Thailand and marketed Singapore, Cambodia, Thailand, and Indonesia.
Most recently spent time with a Malaysia Business Person whereby I visited his family shrimp ponds and
introduced him to Aqua-DO Control. A product that naturally increases the dissolved oxygen content in the
ponds and manages the waste produced by the shrimp. Also introduced him to a product that can clean and
recapture polluted shrimp ponds very inexpensively normalizing the soil in a short period of time. The
ecological damage caused by shrimp farming in Asia and the rest of the world is horrendous. Developing a
program to reclaim polluted ponds could be very lucrative along with it’s associated political advantages. Also
marketing oxygen based and laser enhanced products to Perfect Co, LTD, China which operates in most all Asian
countries.
,
Raymond Bowers 32144 Cove Circle Running Springs, CA

Mr. Raymond Bowers United States Air Force (Retired)


A combination of Active Duty (6 years) Reserve, and Air National Guard (16 years) service. Deployed all over the world. Lab Manager for
NDT division on F-15, F-16, C-141 and KC-135 aircrafts at various bases in the U.S., Europe and Asia. Oversaw Lab operations, responsible
for budget, equipment, personnel and overall performance of lab.
Boeing Aerospace (7 years) Six Sigma/Quality Engineer on various Aerospace programs, to include AH-64, F-18, 7 series commercial
aircraft and MD Helicopters and commercial aircraft. Corporate troubleshooter, responsible for optimizing programs from sub-par quality
and performance to corporate six sigma goals. This was done by various methods of Statistical process control analysis, Root cause analysis,
and other scientific tools. With the goal to define, measure, analyze, improve and control.
Aerojet Rocket Division (3 years) Quality/Source Engineer responsible for insuring the build process, quality of our Rockets from our
suppliers was followed to the letter. This would include verifying all materials, components and technicians were qualified per the
contract/blueprints. This also entailed verifying failures and determining causes, implementing fixes. To include condemning suppliers
tools, jigs and fixtures. Also verifying training procedures for technicians and quality personnel. All before the product could be accepted
and purchased for the company.
Contract Quality Engineer (10 Years) Contracted to various companies Short term, less than 1 year. Primarily hired to optimize programs,
around the world. These included Saab Aerospace Sweden, Bombardier (Learjet) Mexico, and Virgin Galactic’s Space Ship Company Mojave,
Ca.
Adjunct Professor of Aviation (1 year) Aviation Department Victor Valley College. Teaching FAA Aviation Program, to include all systems and
theory of Airframe, Power plants, Hydraulics, Electrical and Fuel systems.
Stephen Wilburn – CEO, FirmGreen,Inc. (EPC)
Chairman and CEO 2901 West Coast Highway Suite 200
Newport Beach, CA 92663 USA 949-270-2941

Biographical Sketch: Mr. Wilburn is a senior energy executive with over thirty years of experience in
development and implementation of energy production technologies and alternative energy projects. Mr.
Wilburn combines in-depth industry expertise with broad business and entrepreneurial capability. He has had
extensive and successful dealings with municipal entities, government agencies, and regulatory bodies. Prior to
organizing FirmGreen, Inc. as a vehicle for development activities, Mr. Wilburn served as Vice President of
Business Development for Allied Signal Corporation, where he managed the successful development of more
than $300 million of alternative-fuel energy generation projects.

Confidential
Mr. Wilburn is married, the father of five children and nine grandchildren and resides in Newport Beach,
California. He served in the United States Marine Corps from 1967 to 1970 and is a decorated Vietnam War
Veteran including the Purple Heart.
.
Professional Experience: Chairman and CEO, FirmGreen, Inc. Perform executive duties and fulfill technical due
diligence for process design and fabrication of patented products.
.
Vice President of Business Development, Allied Signal Corporation. Mr. Wilburn managed the successful
development of more than $300 million of alternative-fuel and renewable energy generation projects.
.
Synergistic Activities: Advisory Board Member of the Export Import Bank of the United States January 2013 –
December 2014 Member of the White House Business Advisory Council. Founding Board Member and past
Chairman of the International Cogeneration Society
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