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Environmental Energy

As of 30 June 2020, environmental energy sector had signed 177 projects in total, including 133 waste-to-energy projects, 25 food waste treatment projects, 6 sludge treatment and disposal projects, 3 leachate treatment projects, 2 methane-to-energy projects, 1 fecal treatment project, 2 fly ash landfill projects, 1 medical waste treatment project, 1 construction and decoration waste treatment project, 2 waste sorting and transferring projects and 1 solid waste treatment project, with a total investment of approximately RMB79.450 billion and undertook 2 O&M projects. These projects are designed to have an annual household waste processing capacity of approximately 45,829,000 tonnes, which can generate approximately 15,142,309,000 kWh of on-grid electricity annually, an annual food waste processing capacity of approximately 1,110,000 tonnes, an annual sludge treatment capacity of approximately 193,000 tonnes, and an annual medical waste treatment capacity of approximately 4,000 tonnes.

Everbright International is the first organisation to create and develop an environmental protection industrial park model. As of the end of 2017, Everbright International opened 12 parks with Chinese characteristics in Suzhou, Changzhou, Suqian, Zhenjiang New Area, Yixing, Lianyungang Xuyu New Area, Nanjing, Xinyi of Jiangsu Province, Weifang of Shandong Province, Ganzhou of Jiangxi Province, Lankao County and Ruzhou of Henan Province. In line with its philosophy of "Integrated Planning, Logical Arrangements, Better Land Utilization and Centralized Handling", and following its principles of "Implementing Projects with One Success Followed by Another", the company has made full use of local resources within the parks and shared infrastructure in order to recycle solid waste and increase the levels of energy conservation and effectively reduce emissions. The ultimate goal is to achieve nil discharge, and establish the parks as modern environmental protection industrial parks, as well as turn them into bases for promoting industrial tourism and environmental protection education.