Companies Visited AMITA Kita-Kyushu Resource Recycling Plant on November 30th, 2015

China2016.01.18

Chinese Environmental-related International Study Fieldtrip for Chinese Environmental Entrepreneur (hereinafter, International Study Fieldtrip) visited AMITA Kita-Kyushu Resource Recycling Plant on November 30th, 2015. International Study Fieldtrip consists of top and executives of China's dominant environmental companies and research institutes.

Along with economic development, China's environmental problems have got tremendously serious. Nowadays, China's environmental improvement is one of the most important challenges at the national level. However, since environmental industry is relatively new in China's market and the accumulation of related know-how is inadequate, Chinese companies often face the lack of competitiveness in terms of environmental measures. Therefore, as environmental successful models, Japan is most important visitation site and AMITA Kita-Kyushu Resource Recycling Plant has selected as one of model.

Strengthen Public-Private Partnership and Achieving Market Development

kitakyusyu_visit.jpgIn 2011, International Study Fieldtrip is founded by China Environmental Investment Union, one of the biggest consulting institutes in China's environmental field and this is the fifth visit to Japan. The delegation consists of 45 members, the top and executives of 34 environmental companies and research institutes. Under favor of Tsinghua University, School of Environment, about 40 members visited AMITA Kita-Kyushu Resource Recycling Plant.

AMITA Kita-Kyushu Resource Recycling Plant has selected as visitation site from various candidates located in Kitakyusyu city, because of our unique and original recycle operation. AMITA strengthen Public-Private Partnership with Kitakyusyu city government and achieve market development throughout Japan and around the world.

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This Article is written by Yasuko Sasaki, Overseas Business Group, Amita Corporation.

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