ECOTECH CHINA WASTE

June 3th-June 5nd , 2019
National Exhibition and Convention Center (Shanghai)

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• Government Departments or Institutions
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• Industrial End-users
• Trade Agents

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Figures released by the China Ministry of Environmental Protection show that the extensive economic development in the past has resulted in serious environmental pollution, concomitant economic cost and social problems. Those results have aroused great concerns from both the government and the public.
Between 2010-2015, the country's investment in pollution control and treatment reached Rmb 3.4 trillion, which was 60% more than that of 2005-2009 and corresponded to 3.5% of the annual GDP.

 

Among these, investment in the construction of urban environmental infrastructure accounted for Rmb 546.4 billion, which represented a 4.6% increase, whereas environmental investments, such as the environmental acceptance of construction projects, increased by 5% to Rmb 311.4 billion.

 

According to the prediction of the National Environmental Planning Institute, the Chinese government remains committed to developing the environmental protection industry, spending over Rmb2.0 trillion annually between 2016 and 2020. The total investment of the environmental protection industry is expected to exceed Rmb17 trillion, among which the investment of atmospheric environment controls and soil remediation will take 10% and 34% respectively. The demand for cost-effective solutions is therefore very keen on the mainland.