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IFC Loans China Everbright $70M To Build Water Plants
IFC, a member of the World Bank Group, is providing a $70 million loan to China Everbright International to build three water plants in China. Everbright International will use IFC’s financing to expand environmental water business by building a waste-water treatment plant, a pioneering waste-water reuse plant and a ground water plant.
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Chinese water treatment firm bags Frost & Sullivan award
Frost & Sullivan, the world’s leading growth partnership company presents the 2013 Frost & Sullivan Company of the Year in Chinese water treatment market to Guangdong Wealth Environmental Protection Co., Ltd. (hereafter «WEP»), for its excellent performance and outstanding contribution in water purifying agents, especially in the field of inorganic polymer flocculants.
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ADB International Group Licensed Technology Selected for Large Commercial Wastewater Purification Project in China
SAN ANTONIO, July 29, 2013 /PRNewswire/ — ADB International Group, Inc. (OTCQB: ADBI),a licensee and distributor of advanced water treatment systems manufactured by Treatec21 Industries Ltd., announced today that an agreement has been signed between Treatec21 and Shunde Dowell Technological and Environmental Engineering Co. Ltd., to utilize Treatec21’s proprietary industrial wastewater purification technology in Guangdong, China.
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Greenpeace Accuses Chinese Coal Company of Depleting Groundwater, Polluting Water Sources
International environmental group Greenpeace has accused China’s largest state-owned coal company, Shenhua Group, of depleting groundwater and discharging toxic wastewater that has polluted water sources in the Inner Mongolia region.
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