Veolia Hazardous Waste Facilities in China
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Tianjin Hazardous Waste Integrated Treatment Centre (Phase 1: Hejia) is the first treatment and disposal centre in China to integrate incineration, sterilization, PCT, secure landfill and resource recycling. It can treat 45 of the 46 categories of waste (except Explosive Waste) listed in the National Hazardous Waste List.
- Phase 1: 67,700 tons/year
- Phase 2: 55,300 tons/year
The Guangdong Huizhou Hazardous Waste Integrated Treatment Demonstration Centre is one of the 31 hazardous waste comprehensive treatment centres in the “Plan for Hazardous Waste and Medical Waste Treatment Facilities in China.” The Centre is the first of the five establishments listed in “The Tenth Five-Year Environmental Protection Plan of Guangdong Province,” and is the first and largest treatment and demonstration project of the Guangdong Environmental Protection Bureau. The design and functions of the Demonstration Centre combine advanced domestic and foreign waste treatment technologies.
- Phase 1: 118,000 tons/year
- Phase 2: 30,000 tons/year
Hangzhou Lijia Hazardous Waste Treatment Project is one of the key projects listed in the National Plan for the Construction of Hazardous and Medical Waste Disposal Facilities. It is one of the most comprehensive hazardous waste disposal centers with the largest scale and the most complete functions in East China. It provides integrated hazardous waste treatment and disposal services for hazardous waste production units in Zhejiang province and surrounding areas, including recycling, integrated utilization, incineration, solidification, physical and chemical treatment, and landfill.
Capacity: 32,400 tons/year
Changsha Integrated Hazardous Waste Treatment Centre provides hazardous waste treatment services for ten cities in north Hunan Province. It’s one of the 31 integrated hazardous waste treatment centers listed in the National Plan for the Construction of Hazardous and Medical Waste Disposal Facilities. The center integrates incineration, physical and chemical treatment, and landfill, and can treat 43 of the 46 categories of waste listed in the National Hazardous Waste List (2016).
Capacity: 145,000 tons/year
- Website: http://hanyang-veolia-env.com.cn/
- Adress: No.2018, Beishan Village, Changsha County, Changsha City, Hunan
Cangzhou Jihuan Hazardous Waste Treatment Plant provides comprehensive solutions and services for hazardous waste including waste incineration and treatment, physico-chemical treatment, solidification and landfilling. It is named the Hebei Hazardous Waste Treatment Center, a key project of infrastructure for environmental protection in the Hebei Province, providing hazardous waste solutions for Hebei governments and corporate clients.
- Website: https://www.veolia.cn/jihuan
- Address: Tongsilu West, East District of Lingang Economic and Technological Development Zone, Cangzhou, Hebei
- TEL: 0317-5265776 / 0317-5266339
Shandong Jining Hazardous Waste Treatment Project provides collection, storage, and treatment of solid waste and hazardous waste and the recycling and utilization of resources. The project can treat 35 of the 46 categories of waste listed in the national hazardous waste list (2016).
Dongfeng Veolia Environmental Services (Xiangyang) Co., Ltd. is a Sino-foreign joint venture specializing in industrial hazardous waste treatment, jointly invested and established by Veolia China and Dongfeng Design & Research Institute in 2017, covering an area of about 20,000 square meters. It integrates incineration treatment, physical and chemical treatment, stabilization/solidification treatment and secure landfill.
Capacity: 70,000 tons/year
Nanjing Hazardous Waste Treatment Center is specialized in the collection, transportation, storage, disposal and utilization of industrial hazardous waste. It can treat 23 of 46 categories of hazardous waste listed in the National Hazardous Waste List.
Capacity: 25,200 tons/year
Dalian Changxing Island Hazardous Waste Treatment Project provides integrated hazardous waste treatment solutions to industry located in Petrochemical Industrial Park of Xizhong Island, Changxing Island Economic Zone, Chemical Industry Park of Songmu Island, Wafangdian City and around Dalian through incineration treatment, physical-chemical treatment, stabilization/solidification treatment and secure landfill.
Capacity: 87,000 tons/year
- Address: No.7 Renshan Street, Jiaodao Street, Changxing Island Economic Zone, Dalian City, Liaoning Province
Gansu Qingyang Oily Sludge Treatment Project provides oily sludge (HW08) treatment services for Qingyang city, serving upstream Oil & Gas clients. It is Veolia’s first oily sludge project in Asia, resourcing oily sludge through Physical Separation + continuous thermal desorption technology.
Capacity: 50,000 tons/year
- Adress: Fengbao Group, Fengbao Village, Dongzhi Town, Xifeng District, Qingyang City, Gansu Province
- Marketing Department TEL: 0934-5555285
Veolia Jinhui Environmental Services(Jilin)Co., Ltd. is a sino-foreign joint venture enterprise specializing in hazardous waste disposal and resource recovery. The invested Qian'an Clean Energy Industry Park Project is located in Qian'an County, Songyuan City, Jilin Province, covering an area of 80,000 square meters. The Project will build a new plant and provide comprehensive hazardous waste treatment solutions to industries located in the whole Jilin Province.
Capacity: 46,000 tons/year
Hong Kong Hazardous Waste Treatment Project serves the Environmental Protection Department of the Hong Kong SAR Government on upgrading works and operations of chemical waste treatment facilities (CWTF). It provides a cradle-to-grave solution for all land-based chemical waste generated in Hong Kong, as well as collection and treatment services for marine pollutants (MARPOL waste) generated from ocean-going vessels.
Capacity: 100,000 tons/year
- Address: Cheung Fai Road, Kwai Tsing District, Hong Kong