Shanghai: Tour of Green Technology

September 27, 2012 in Event, Uncategorized, Visit

We are pleased to announce a field tour jointly organized by the
Environmental Management Association of Hong Kong (EMAHK) and MSc
Environmental Management of The University of Hong Kong South China
Environment and Safety Management Association (SCESMA). The program
include the visits to leading chemical company, petrochemical
company,global leader in nutrition innovation, and Chongming Island etc.

Shanghai: Tour of Green Technology

Date 31/10 (Wed) – 3/11 (Sat)
No. of participants Max. 30
Cost ~HKD 4500
Air ticket +tax+ insurance: ~2500, accommodation: ~1000 (share room), local transportation: ~500, Others ~500 (final cost varies due to total no. of participant)
Flight schedule# Depart HK / Arrival SH Pudong: 0800/1020 – KA802
Depart SH Pudong / Arrival HK 1850/2205 – KA897
Hotel Ibis Shanghai Yu Garden Hotel (Share room)
#Subject to confirmation of airline

Please register on or before Oct 7

Detail program are listed below(itinerary subject to revise without prior
notice):

Day 1: (31/10 – Wed )
Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park (SCIP) – BASF
SCIP is the first industrial zone specialized in the development of
petrochemical and fine chemistry businesses, and also one of the four
industrial production bases in Shanghai.
BASF is the world’s leading chemical company. Its portfolio ranges from
chemicals, plastics, performance products and crop protection products to
oil and gas.

Zhangjiang Hi-tech Industrial Park – GE & DSM
Zhangjiang Hi-tech Industrial Park is China’s state-level high-tech
industrial development zone. It was established in 1992 and represents the
revolutionary transformation trend of China’s economic development
patternGE (CTC) General Electric’s China Technology Centre is home to more
than 20 research labs, working on technology for a number of GE businesses
both in China and around the world, including Coal Polygeneration
Technologies Lab (CPTL), Functional Materials Lab and Materials
Characterization Lab.

DSM is the global leader in nutrition and nutrition innovation. DSM also
listed amongst the top leaders on Dow Jones list of the Top 100
Sustainable Companies in the World within its category and is a major
corporate partner of the World Food Program.

Day 2 : (1/11 – Thur)
School of Environmental Science & Engineering, Shanghai Jiao Tong
University (SJTU)
History of SJTU can dated back in 1896 and it is now one of the best
universities in mainland. School of Environmental Science and Engineering
established in 1999. The school has two departments: department of
environmental science and department of environmental engineering. It also
consisted of eight research institutes and two research centers. The
school contributes a great deal to the green development of Shanghai and
China.

Shanghai Municipal Incineration Facility incinerates about 1500 tons of
trash a day.
The facility has 3 boilers that provide the fuel to turn its 24MW turbines
for a total of 1400000 kwH of energy, and the resulting fly ash is roughly
around 20% by volume.

Day 3 (2/11 – Fri)
Shanghai Chemical Industrial Park (SCIP) – SECCO & Shanghai Chemical
Industry Park Natural Water Treatment System
Shanghai SECCO Petrochemical Company Limited was founded by China
Petroleum and Chemical Corporation (Sinopec Corp.), Shanghai Petrochemical
Company Limited (SPC) and BP East China Investment Company Limited. It is
by far one of the largest petrochemical projects of joint venture in
China. It covers over 200 hectares of land in SCIP.

Shanghai Chemical Industry Park Natural Water Treatment System, designed
by AECOM, is a 74-acre Natural Wastewater Treatment System, using wetland
to purify the treated industrial wastewater for recycling within the
industrial park.

Day 4 (3/11 – Sat)
Chongming Island
Chongming Island is China’s third largest island, situated at the mouth of
Yangtze River, has a population of 650,000 and an area of nearly 1,200
square kilometers. Chongming’s ecology consists of forests, lakes,
wetlands and farmlands.

Free time & return to HK

*itinerary subject to revise without prior notice

Please register on or before Oct 7.

For any queries, pls feel free to contact us at activities@emahk.org