Everbright International completes construction of waste-to-energy PPP in China

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Everbright International completes construction of waste-to-energy PPP in China

China Everbright International Limited, a company based in Hong Kong which provides one-stop integrated environmental solutions in China, has recently announced that its first urban-rural integration project has been completed.

The Dangshan Waste-to-energy PPP Phase I project in Anhui Province, China, has completed construction and successfully passed a 72+24-hour trial run. The project is supported by the facilities of the existing Dangshan Biomass Power Generation Project.

Dangshan Waste-to-energy PPP project Phase I was constructed and operated on a BOO (Build-Operate-Own) basis with a total investment of approximately RMB250 million (US$39 million). Phase I has a total daily household waste processing capacity of 400 tones and is expected to generate approximately 41,000,000 kWh of green electricity annually. 

The project is located next to Everbright International's Dangshan Biomass Power Generation project.These two projects form the Group’s first urban-rural integration project and will work in synergy to process household, agricultural and forestry waste in Dangshan and the surrounding counties and cities. They will share the office building, production facilities and management team in order to effectively reduce operation costs and boost management efficiency. 

Mr. Chen Xiaoping, CEO of Everbright International, said,

"Now that Dangshan Waste-to-energy Project has completed construction, the Group has successfully delivered its first urban-rural integration project, creating a new consolidated way to process urban household waste, and agricultural and forestry waste. The project also represents a significant development for the Group’s environmental protection business, as it operates in accordance with local needs and achieves economic efficiency through improved resource allocation." 

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