China's largest international solid waste management conference linking
project owners, developers and contractors with technology vendors, system
integrators, investors and consultants for networking, knowledge-sharing
and partnership opportunities
The 5th China Solid Waste Management Summit 2014, which is scheduled to be held during 11-12 June 2014 in Shanghai China, will provide you with a comprehensive picture of regulatory changes, operations management know-hows, local & international investment opportunities, innovative waste management and pollution control technologies, and trends of various treatment techniques on a commercial basis in the context of an accelerated economic restructuring in the world's second largest economy and more stringent emission requirements both in China and across the world.
Now in its 5th anniversary, the premier event will dedicate itself to be China's leading international solid waste management conference linking project owners, developers, operators and contractors with technology vendors, system integrators, investors and consultants for networking, knowledge-sharing, business development and partnership opportunities.
Key Takeaways in Brief
• Understanding Beijing's near- and longer-term strategic planning for solid waste management and pollution control by studying the latest policies and legislation
• Knowing a series of strategies the leading local and multi-national market players take to tackle China's waste management and pollution control challenges
• Learning what qualities domestic companies value when they are selecting technology overseas to introduce into China through case studies on proven localised solutions
• Getting a comparative insight into a variety of energy-from-waste technologies and discerning their viability, cost competitiveness and commercial potential under different circumstances
• Finding out the growth potential and trends in waste incineration, landfill gas-to-energy, waste-to-fuel, flue gas treatment, and environmental monitoring etc from regulatory and commercial viewpoints
• Making new and valuable contacts with municipal/provincial policymakers, C-level executives, project managers, engineers, technologists, investors, advisors, analysts, etc.