Ministry of Environment Protection of P.R.C
Ministry of Science and Technology of P.R.C
China Council for the Promotion of International Trade
All-China Environment Federation
United Nations Environment Programme
Economic Information Department, CCPIT
Construction Industry Sub-Council, CCPIT
China Urban Construction Design & Research Institute
Department of Forum and Exhibition, All-China Environment Federation
Beijing Tiger Exhibition Co., Ltd.
China International Ecological Environment Technology & Equipment Expo 2016 (EE TECH)
With the background of world financial crisis, transforming the development mode is becoming more and more essential, especially the issue of sources and environment. High investment, high pollution, high energy consumption and enterprises of backward mode production would be sifted out, and environmental-friendly production mode would be guided. While transforming the development mode, energy saving, environmental protection way of life and consumption mode would be promoted, and promoting the economy grows healthily by popularizing the use of late-model environment protection technology and equipment.
With the purpose of applying energy-efficient ecological environment preservation technology and equipment to the field of economic construction, the 11th forum on Environment and Development and China International Ecological Environment Technology & Equipment Expo 2015 (EE TECH), will be held from Sep. 14 to 16 in 2015 in Beijing. It is organized by All-China Environment Federation and United Nations Environment Programme, co-organized by Department of Forum and Exhibition of All-China Environment Federation and Beijing Tiger Exhibition Co.,Ltd.
Infinite trading opportunities on the show floor, and a power packed conference from the industry, for the industry.
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