SOLUTIONS FOR FUTURE GENERATIONS

SOLVING THE PLASTIC POLLUTION CRISIS WILL REQUIRE:

 

  • Infrastructure development. 

  • Waste collection networks.

  • Market connection with recycled
    product users.

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WHAT DOES GTM DO?

Developing Cities all share a common vision for the future. 

GTM assists Regional Governments in developing a strategy that starts with well managed waste collection and processing.

 

GTM’s Waste to Resource Systems are decentralized recycling facilities that produce revenue from commodities that are produced onsite.

Clients that purchase the commodities created by GTM help fund a buyback incentive system that puts money in the hands of communities who participate in the collection networks, thus boosting local economies and improving the quality of life of many families. 

Core Values = Environment, Community, Economies

“A love of wild and beautiful places demands participation in the fight to save them”

SUPPORTING REGIONAL ECONOMIES

GTM invites investment groups to the infrastructure projects so local economic resources aren’t diverted from other essential services.  

After a period of planning and feasibility study GTM works with local contractors and employees to build, operate and maintain the international standard, waste management facility. After a 20 year term the facilities are handed over to the Regional Government to manage.     

We say, if you can’t change a person’s mindset you can change the plastic by putting a value on it, turning it into an opportunity.

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SCALING FOR IMPACT
 

Indonesia's plastic recycling rate is currently around 10%. 

 

We provide the communities of Indonesia with the means to recycle 89% of all waste plastics. 

Each facility can manage 30 tons of waste plastic and 100 tons of organic waste per day. This is suitable for a population of +200K. 

In the future GTM will build 10 plants across Lombok, East Kalimantan, Sumbawa and Bali. 

The project, albeit being a very profitable business, carries an even higher community and environmental benefit as it will help Indonesia to recycle six million tons of zero value plastic and organic waste over the project's (20 year) lifespan with potential for expansion in other regions.

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Now it is time for action, not only words! For many years, we talked about the plastic problem and sometimes even turned a blind eye. Although the solution is here, we will need your help!

Our goal is to work together, with investors, local and international communities to preserve nature.

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