Financial Model for Recycling

Recycling Business

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This would be the business you start that slows the building of land fills. If you have demand in your area for things that can be created from recycled materials, than it may be worth a look to model out some scenarios.

This model does a good job at allowing for dynamic material types to get asigned a cost per unit and sell price per unit. Based on this, you can build up some various margins as well as define running costs / startup costs / and any CapEx or financing assumptions.

There are detailed monthly and annual P&L summaries as well as more high level executive summaries that include charts with a clear view of all the cash flows that are relevant to starting and exiting such a business. You can pick the revenue multiples used to determine an exit value.

There is a discounted cash flow analysis built into this as well as IRR, ROI, and net $’s returned per year. Everything is dynamic and gives the user a lot of flexibility so a wide range of scenarios and business types can fit within the recycling world. This is done by drilling down the the basics of revenue generation and cost allocation.

 

 

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Summary A user friendly excel model that allows the user to plan out possible scenarios specific to the recycling business (up to 10 years). (Acquiring materials (cast-offs) and turning this into something valuable for others to use.
Screenshots / Pictures Financial Model for Recycling
Material Acquisition and Sales Assumptions
Monthly Running Costs per Month by year
Startup Costs and One-Time CapEx
Executive Summary 10 Year Financial Performance Estimate
10 Year monthly P&L
Debt Schedule table
Average EBITDA Earned by Unit
Key Financial Metrics 10 year Annual Summary
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