3rd China Solid Waste Summit 2011
Start Date:13 Dec 11 End Date:14 Dec 11
China Solid Waste Summit is celebrating its third anniversary in Shanghai on 13 and 14 December, 2011. Past two events have gathered over 300 top professionals and industry practitioners across waste management community in particular waste-to-energy industry. The dynamic networkings, live panel discussions, insightful keynote speeches and effective showcases as key features of the conference were acclaimed and commonly recognized. This year, the summit will continue to convene the major players across the industrial chain including waste-to-energy/energy-from-waste/landfill operators, technology vendors, core and peripheral equipment producers, service providers, engineering consulting companies, consultants, investors, analysts as well as policy makers. And the event will keep to its credo of sharing business intelligence and serving the possibly most clients.
What makes the 3rd China Solid Waste Summit 2011 an unparalleled one?
• The most efficient way to locate your target customers from waste management operators, technical solution vendors, service providers, equipment manufacturers, consulting and investment firms and found mutually rewarding partnerships
• Learning exclusive insights into policy guidance, regulatory changes, technical standards and overall objectives during the 12th five-year period from regulators and policy consultants
• Identifying challenges and opportunities faced by overseas players and joint ventures and developing an effective and comprehensive growth strategy for their businesses
• Discovering food and hazardous waste treatment trends and diversified utilization of biomass
• Networking with the elites from across the sector
• Accessing finance through various channels
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