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Energy conservation: A New Investment Opportunity Part II (3)

By Lan Xinzhen (Beijing Review)

08:24, September 12, 2012

Second, leading enterprises for sewage reclamation and sludge decontamination treatment. By 2015, about 85 percent of China's urban domestic sewage will be disposed of and 160,000 km of supporting pipelines will be built with a daily disposal capacity of 42 million tons. Besides, 26 million tons of daily sewage disposal capacity will be transformed, and 27 million tons of daily water reclamation capacity will be newly added.

China's construction of supporting pipelines for sewage disposal is unable to meet current needs, and the sewage reclamation level is low. To reach the goal set by the plan, the country needs an investment of 430 billion yuan ($67.82 billion) in sewage disposal and reclamation facilities construction.

"Enterprises with technologies of deep disposal of sewage are likely to benefit the most," said the Guodu report.

Third, resource-recycling enterprises with "recycling channels," "technologies and equipment" and "processing scale." In the 12th Five-Year Plan period, China will carry out projects of comprehensive resource utilization, demonstration of waste materials and reclamation of kitchen waste. By 2015, there will be a resource-reclamation capacity of 25 million tons. According to the Guodu report, leading resource-recycling enterprises with "complete recycling networks, advanced technologies and equipment, standard management and large disposal scale" will attract more investment and benefit from the policy.

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