China Industrial Waste Management's Dalian Sludge Treatment Facility Featured on CCTV

Jan 04, 2010, 09:00 ET from China Industrial Waste Management, Inc.

DALIAN, China, Jan. 4 /PRNewswire-Asia/ -- China Industrial Waste Management, Inc. (OTC Bulletin Board: CIWT) ("China Industrial Waste Management" or the "Company"), a leading environmental services and solutions provider in China, announced today that its Dalian Sludge Treatment Facility was featured on the China Central Television (CCTV) English Channel on December 20, 2009.

The CCTV story covered how the clean coastal city of Dalian is helping fulfill the PRC government's pledge to reduce greenhouse gas emissions by treating sludge through China Industrial Waste Management's local Dalian Sludge Treatment Facility. The story was broadcasted during the recent United Nations Climate Change Conference in Copenhagen, Denmark.

Mr. Jinqing Dong, Chief Executive Officer of China Industrial Waste Management, was interviewed as part of the CCTV story. He discussed how the Dalian Sludge Treatment Facility functions to reduce greenhouse gas emissions and recycles biogas from sludge treatment.

"We are pleased that CCTV recognized the important role our Company's Dalian Sludge Treatment Facility is playing in reducing greenhouse gas emissions in the city of Dalian," said Mr. Dong. "This facility began operations in December 2009, and we expect its utilization rate to accelerate in the second half of 2010 as growing demand will come from sewage treatment plants which are under construction in Dalian. In the mean time, we are utilizing this facility to process the sludge from the area surrounding Dalian City as we have an agreement with the local authority."

A replay of the CCTV story can be found on Dalian Lipp Environment Energy Engineering Technology Co., Ltd., the Company subsidiary's homepage at http://www.lipp-system.cn/english/index.asp or on the CCTV website at http://english.cctv.com/program/newshour/20091220/101991.shtml

About China Industrial Waste Management, Inc.

China Industrial Waste Management, Inc. is engaged in the collection, treatment, disposal and recycling of industrial wastes principally in Dalian and surrounding areas in Liaoning Province, People's Republic of China through its 90%-owned subsidiary Dalian Dongtai Industrial Waste Treatment Co., Ltd. ("Dongtai") and other indirect subsidiaries. Dongtai treats, disposes of and/or recycles many types of industrial wastes, and recycled waste products used by customers as raw material to produce chemical and metallurgy products. In addition, Dongtai treats or disposes of industrial waste through incineration, burial or water treatment, and provides environmental protection services, technology consultation, pollution treatment services, waste management design processing services, waste disposal solutions, waste transportation services, onsite waste management services, and environmental pollution remediation services. For more information, please visit the Company's website (http://www.chinaciwt.com ).

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    For more information, please contact:

    Company Contact:
     Ms. Guo Xin, CFO
     Phone: +86-411-8581-1229
     Email: hellenguo@chinaciwt.com
     Mr. Zhang Dazhi, Company Secretary
     Phone: +86-411-8259-5339
     Email: darcy.zhang@chinaciwt.com
     Web:   http://www.chinaciwt.com

    CCG Investor Relations:
     Mr. Athan Dounis, Account Manager
     Phone: +1-646-213-1916
     Email: athan.dounis@ccgir.com
     Mr. Crocker Coulson, President
     Phone: +1-646-213-1915 (New York)
     Email: crocker.coulson@ccgir.com
     Web:   http://www.ccgirasia.com

SOURCE China Industrial Waste Management, Inc.



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