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Waste-to-Energy Delegation to China

BUSINESS DELEGATION: Join this Danish business delegation to Shanghai and explore the business opportunities within the highly prioritised area of waste-to-energy. DI and the Danish Cleantech Hub in conjunction with IE Expo China 2017, invites Danish companies to become part of this delegation.
Around 250 million tons of waste was collected in China last year and yet around 20 million ton of waste remains untreated. It is expected that the volume of waste will grow by 5-8 per cent annually and exceed 360 million tons of waste by 2020.

Alongside the economic growth and urbanization, presently two out of three cities are surrounded by waste pollution and face enormous risk of limited land for traditional landfill.

Waste-to-Energy is a new and booming market in China. Many of the Chinese companies do not have the right qualification and public listed Chinese company prefer solutions from Western companies.

The Confederation of Danish Industry and our Clean Tech Hub in Shanghai are delighted to offer your company this unique opportunity to join this delegation focused on Waste-to-Energy to China.

Within the field of Waste-to-Energy, this delegation is relevant for companies working with
  • Engineering and EPC
  • Equipment provider
  • Operators
  • Incineration
  • Biomass
  • Biogas
  • Architecture

The delegation will take place from 3 - 6 May 2017.

The Waste Market in China

Favourable Chinese regulations to implement waste solutions
Economists estimate the impact to the economy from the polluted landfill sites to be around 30 billion RMB. Therefore, the Solid Waste Treatment Law and Circular Economy Law was implemented to further regulate waste management in China. The 2015, 13th five-year guideline published specific guidance on the Urban-rural Waste Water Infrastructure Plan and Household Waste Treatment Infrastructure Plan, in order to set a new course of action for Chinese companies and organizations to advance the cause of a sustainable China.

Danish solutions can solve Chinese household waste crisis
Driven by the circular economy, Waste-to-Energy projects have been given additional emphasis on the national agenda in China. As a result, 200–300 new waste to energy projects will be implemented within the next five years. This opens market opportunities for Danish companies that can provide incineration and aerobic digestion solutions.

The solution is a combination of aerobic digestion for organic kitchen and household waste and the incin-eration of the non-organic waste, which is aimed at the two fastest growing markets within the Waste-to-Energy sector. This solution is the most effective to recycle and reuse energy, more over it optimizes the result by generating electricity from waste.

Demand for Danish architecture
In combination with this, it is worth mentioning that there is high awareness of Danish architecture amongst the incineration industry in China. Well-known examples are Bjarke Ingels Group’s project for Amager Ressource Center, as well as Schmidt Hammer Lassen Architects’ Waste-to-Energy plant in Shenzhen, China.

Practical information:

Date: 3-6 May 2017

Venue: Shanghai, China

Price: DKK 18,000 +VAT per participating company (1 person per company) excl. flight and hotel.

The price is based on minimum eight participating companies and approved 50 per cent subsidy by The Danish Trade Council.

Registration: Please register online via link below. Deadline for binding registration is Friday 10 March.

Further information
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Tlf: +45 3377 3775
Mobile: +45 2548 2153
E-mail: nabodi.dk
Danish Cleantech Hub, Shanghai
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Marketing Director
Tlf: +862161108307
Mobil: +8615900426723
E-mail: ruzhdiab.cn
PUBLICERET: 30-01-2017 OPDATERET: 09-03-2017