NEW ORLEANS, May 11, 2017 /PRNewswire/ -- Environmental officials and business executives from China and the United States have called for closer technology cooperation in the face of rising environmental challenges to the world's two largest economies.
At the Forth China-U.S. Environmental Industries Forum (EIF), Ling Jinming, executive director of Beijing GeoEnviron Engineering & Technology Inc. (BGE) said that company would like to take the opportunity to expand cooperation with U.S. counterparts for further industrial upgrades.
As a leading player in the provision of environmental system services as well as environmental remediation, BGE has been active in exploring Chinese and overseas markets in the past years.
It has participated in a series of high-profile environmental programs, including a project of remediating pollution in Tengger Desert in northern China's Inner Mongolia, as well as a contamination control project in a mine in southeastern China's Fujian province, Ling told officials and business leaders at the forum.
As an effort to expand international presence, BGE has worked on remediation projects in Kazakhstan, Indonesia, Mongolia, Laos and Myanmar. It has also established research centers with companies from Switzerland and Germany, as well as a joint company with TRS, an American remediation technology and equipment provider, Ling said.
The forum, co-chaired by the U.S. Department of Commerce, Chinese Ministry of Environmental Protection (MEP) and the U.S. Environmental Protection Agency, is an important platform for growing cooperation in clean technology between China and the US, where industry counterparts of the two countries can discuss a variety of technical, trade and policy issues.
Originally founded in 1992, BGE, whose predecessor was Lining Engineering Department of the Institute of High Energy Physics of Chinese Academy of Science, has been committed in environment technology researches and providing solutions to pollution prevention and control.
BGE was listed on the A-share (603588.SH) at Shanghai Stock Exchange on December 29th. 2014. It has about 1400 employees with total assets of 4.4 billion Yuan.
BGE's main businesses include environmental remediation, urban and industrial environments, such as the soil remediation, groundwater remediation, hazardous waste treatment, industrial solid waste treatment, industrial waste water treatment, sludge disposal as well as the power generation by waste incineration. It also provides project contracting, investment operations and technical services to government and business users.
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SOURCE Beijing GeoEnviron Engineering & Technology Inc.