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Poles Show Chinese Green Technology
October 1, 2010   
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Officials from over 50 Chinese companies Sept. 6 came to the Polish Pavilion at the World Expo fair in Shanghai to meet with Polish companies that won prizes in the GreenEvo—Green Technology Accelerator competition organized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.

The Chinese guests were shown new technology in the field of environmental protection. The three-hour business meeting was preceded by Environmental Protection Round Table Talks organized by the Office of the Commissioner General of the Polish Expo 2010 section.

“We have brought all kinds of environmentally-friendly technology with us, including technology to produce solar panels, street lighting systems and fuel obtained from straw and grass,” said Janusz Zaleski, undersecretary of state at the Ministry of Environmental Protection.

Polish companies that encouraged Chinese businesses to work with them included Asket, Biogradex, Ecotech, Energoinstal, Lediko, Neon, PP-Eko, Promar and Wofil, who are among the 13 winners of the GreenEvo competition. “Some of the technology we have displayed here is revolutionary,” said Katarzyna Reiter, director of the international relations department at the Ministry of Environmental Protection. “One example is technology to manage dangerous waste, making it so harmless that it can be subsequently used to produce dolls for children. The technology is already in use in the West.”

Bogdan Marczewski, deputy Commissioner General of the Polish Expo 2010 section, said, “I am convinced that the talks between Polish businessmen and Chinese companies will soon result in joint projects. I’m happy that we can back the Chinese in their efforts to protect the environment.”

Among those taking part in the Environmental Protection Round Table Talks were Lu Fu Kuan of the Shanghai Association of Environmental Sciences.

Previous presentations at the Polish Pavilion focused on economics, culture and science.
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