BEIJING, May 30 (Xinhua) -- ZhongDe Waste Technology AG (ZhongDe Group) is dedicated to use advanced technology to provide the world with Chinese solutions for waste treatment, said board chairman Chen Zefeng, in a recent interview.
ZhongDe Group is expanding business footprint and currently having a number of major projects landed in Indonesia, Thailand, the Philippines, Vietnam and other countries and regions, the chairman noted.
Starting from a small firm in Fuzhou city of east China’s Fujian province and becoming China's first company that went listed on the main board of Frankfurt Stock Exchange, ZhongDe Group is now capped as one of China's largest waste incinerator manufacturing bases and one of the largest incinerator manufacturers and sales companies.
By introducing and digesting foreign technologies and cooperating with domestic research institutes, ZhongDe produced China's first small-size incinerator that met dioxin emission standards and also had self-made incinerators' dioxin emission comply with standards of the European Union and Japan.
It also built the country's largest medical waste pyrolysis incineration treatment center in Beijing and northwest China's largest waste incineration power generation project in Lanzhou city, northwest China's Gansu province.
Photo shows the waste incineration power generation project of ZhongDe Waste Technology AG in Lanzhou city, northwest China's Gansu province.
The first phase of its Lanzhou project has urban living waste treatment capacity of 750,000 metric tons (tonnes) annually, generating about 250 million kwh of on-grid electricity, reducing carbon dioxide emission of some 200,000 tonnes and becoming an industry model for environmental projection.
In terms of rural waste treatment, Chen noted that ZhongDe could provide solutions with industry leading technologies such as high frequency combustion of waste.
It is noted that approximately 1 kilogram of living waste is generated in China per person per day, which could occupy more than 50 "West Lakes" every year if treated by landfill.
Based in China and radiating Southeast Asia and the world, ZhongDe is committed to working for world's waste disposal transformation, eyeing for a world-class waste-to-energy professional company and strive to realize the grand dream of the "earth cleaner" and world top 500 company, said Chen. (Edited by Niu Huizhe, firstname.lastname@example.org)