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Greenment Environment Shares Insights on China's Remediation Industry with Worldwide Leading Experts at the 2016 Battelle Confer

  • 2016-06-07 08:55

Greenment Environment attended Battelle’s Tenth International Conference on Remediation of Chlorinated and Recalcitrant Compounds held on May 22-26, 2016 in Palm Springs, California. Mr. Lie Ma, President, Mr. Sailor Zhang, Technical Director, and Dr. Li Wang, Director of International Development of Greenment Environment, discussed the challenges and opportunities in China’s soil and groundwater remediation industry with worldwide leading experts during the conference.

Dr. Li Wang was invited as a panelist to join the panel discussion on China’s Emerging Remediation Business, Soon to be One of the World’s Largest’ and discussed with guests from Chinese government, research institutes, multi-national companies and environmental companies on a variety of issues including regulation, management and technology of site remediation in China. The panel discussion greatly improved the audience’s understanding of China’s remediation market. Mr. Sailor Zhang gave a platform presentation on ‘Viewpoint on the Contaminated Site Remediation Business and Market in China’. He discussed in details on the driving forces and development of the remediation industry in China and gave an outlook on the future market potential and challenges and opportunities for professional remediation service providers. Mr. Sailor Zhang also gave a poster presentation on an in-situ groundwater remediation case study using chemical reduction reagent EHC at a chlorinated solvent site in Shanghai, China. This is to date one of the few full-scale in-situ chemical reduction and enhanced bioremediation projects in China.

Greenment Environment also reached preliminary agreement on collaboration with many leading remediation technology service providers during the conference and will jointly introduce multiple innovative remediation technologies and equipment to the Chinese market in the near future.

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