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Send "clean up" invoices to polluting companies

a startup idea shared by roii patterson (iii) on 04/18/2012

Create a crowd powered invoicing engine to send a clean up bill to any company in any industry who is known to harm the environment in the life cycle of their products. We would simply us our best guess estimate as to the clean up costs and send invoices, then follow up reminders, then finally a debt collection notice if have not paid. Obviously our collection percentage will be low, but any monies received go directly to clean up projects related to that company. Some companies might negotiate a smaller amount, some might just pay to save themselves the hassle. Who knows! If nothing else, it could be great social media fun.

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