China Environmental

China Environmental

China Environmental

China-Environmental connects environmental technology manufacturers and service providers to opportunities in China. We provide tools designed to establish both direct and indirect sales channels across China, Taiwan and Hong Kong. Our role is not simply to market companies, but to additionally guide organizations in China to gain access to information on appropriate suppliers of environmental technology and services.

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Office 2, 1st Floor, 14 Cavendish road , Clapham , London Sw12 ODG United Kingdom
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Business Type:
Publishing company
Industry Type:
Environmental
Market Focus:
Internationally (various countries)
Year Founded:
1990
Turnover:
1,000,000 - 10,000,000 €

With our twenty-four years of expertise in connecting businesses as well as developing their business in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong we appreciate this marketplace as well as the difficulties companies experience together with the barriers companies face when dealing with these countries. Our expertise is here for you to utilize via are support network and offices across this region. China-Environmental is much more than an online marketplace! But a portal of Environmental Industry related information and resource for the environmental industry across this market.

Our objective is not merely to ensure we link your Environmental business to suitable opportunities in China, Taiwan and Hong Kong, but to ensure good results, we provide research, knowledge and consultancy throughout each step of your business cycle. China-Environmental acts as a bridge to access demand and opportunities in this growth market. We endeavor to transfer our knowledge of opportunities in the Environmental industry across this developing market to our clients consequently ensuring your business in this region is built to last.

China-environmental is the Environmental technology division for the China Region of Europa Sources which focuses primarily on Specific Industrial B2B platforms for emerging markets such as Central and Eastern Europe as well as Bric region for countries such as Brazil, Russia, India,  China and South Africa.

Your full contact information will be added with links to your own website, email address together with your company logo, if you have any regional offices or local partners within the China region, this information will be added to your Overview on China-environmental.com. You will be able to include your full company profile as well as a brief company introduction in both English and Simplified Chinese. We can add up to 10 product images within your Overview with a short product description alongside each image in both languages. We can upload to your Overview other Marketing material such as company catalogues, static presentations, flash movie presentation and PR press releases in English and simplified Chinese. You have your own choice of keywords in English and simplified Chinese that gives fast and effective searches within our search engine on China-Environmental.com

Since 1990, we have developed a comprehensive database of companies information and market intelligence from China, we have available over 463 000 company profiles for you to use for your own sales and marketing purposes. You simply inform us about the type of partners you are searching for in order for us to customize your partner search to match it to your needs.

Visit our database section to complete a questionnaire which will help you get started with this matching process or click here. If you are a potential buyer, distributor or potential Agent then this service is free of charge if you want us to match your requirements to potential manufacturers of the required products that we work with.

The demand for environmental technologies in China has been experiencing rapid growth since the roll out of the 12th Five-Year Plan in 2011.

There has been an increasing public awareness of environmental pollution in the country and the current Five-Year Plan is working to address those concerns. Some of the key goals set out by the state include: the improvement of water treatment, the reduction of major air pollutants, and the reversal of environmental degradation.

Now is a key time for foreign companies to move into this growing market. However, the entry into the market is not easy, requiring significant time and the local personnel.

 Sometimes, a better approach is the formation of a partnership between companies. Chinese companies are eager to gain the knowledge that other nations have to offer, while they are better able to adapt it to meet the demands of the local market.

There are five areas of the environmental technologies market that should be of major interest to foreign companies in the years ahead: drinking water treatment, wastewater treatment, air pollution solutions, soil remediation, and cement plant pollution reduction.

Access to potable water is a major concern in many areas of China. The issues that need to be overcome include water scarcity, the uneven distribution of water across the country, and heavy pollution of water sources.

One goal of the 12th Five-Year Plan is to reduce industrial water use by 30 percent from 2011 to 2015.  This presents an opportunity for companies to provide products that address the water efficiency needs of the industrial sector.
With many of China’s major cities located on the coast, there is also a major market for desalination technologies. During the 12th Five-Year Plan, the desalination industry is projected to have a compound growth rate of 20 percent. Up to RMB 10 billion are expected to be invested into desalinization projects in China by 2015.

There is currently a great need for growth and new technologies in the wastewater treatment sector. The industry is comprised of low-cost but unsustainable disposal methods. There is a need for the implementation of more advanced technologies in the treatment and reuse of industrial and municipal wastewater, sludge treatment and gray water recycling initiatives.
 
At present, there are many barriers to entry into the wastewater market due to lack of government regulations, rising operation costs and intellectual property disputes. For those who can overcome these barriers, there are opportunities to develop waste resources into a source of energy generation as well as the potential to recycle wastewater for industrial reuse.

 The number of days of haze caused by air pollution has been steadily increasing in China’s major cities. With this, greater public awareness has been created of air pollution issues. The state is now committed to monitoring and resolving air pollution issues across the country.

This new awareness and government enforced pollutant reduction programs has created a budding market for clean air solutions. All industries will need to reduce their outputs of carbon monoxide, oxides of nitrogen, volatile organic compounds, and other particulates in order to fall within acceptable levels. Companies that can provide portable monitoring systems, air quality control devices and industrial process solutions are in high demand.
According to the Nanjing Soil Research Institute’s report, there is over six millions tons of metal slag from chemical and pesticide production that is lacking appropriate containment. This slag is able to mix with rain and soil, polluting the surrounding land.

The state has issued plans aimed to improve China’s soil contamination problems. New protection systems and standards will be implemented in order to reduce the rate of soil pollution. Companies will now need to identify how they will reduce soil pollution rates before they begin a new construction project.

It is predicted that even more focus will be placed on soil remediation in the 13th Five-Year Plan (2016-2020). This will mean new opportunities for companies who can provide the equipment necessary for remediation projects. Companies that can contribute their working knowledge on assessment and remediation standards will also be highly valued.

One industry that needs improvement in its environmental practices is China's cement industry which is growing at a rapid pace. The U.S. Department of Energy Lawrence Berkeley National Laboratory’s China Energy Analysis Group has produced a new benchmarking tool for best practices in the cement industry. These new standards will require new equipment and technology, to improve cement kiln combustion efficiency, in order to reduce air pollutants and the release of hazards dioxins/furans.

China’s market for environmental technologies is predicted to grow larger in all areas following the implementation of the 13th Five-Year Plan. Foreign companies are likely to play a major role in bringing new technology and ideas into the market in order to fill the demand.