Clean tech ventures find a warm reception in China

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MikeBarnett wrote:

At the Durban Conference in late 2011, China announced a $1.7 trillion five year plan ($340 billion per year) with 22 proposals to clean China’s environment. China’s leaders have always said that they would raise the country’s economy first and take care of the environment when it would not harm the standard of living for its people. The efforts are underway, and results should appear by mid-2014 and continue until near the end of 2016. A second five year plan should be expected because there is much to clean.

My partners and I operate desalination plants and water filtering plants in China. We separate some industrial chemicals from the water and sell it back to industries. We take some of the waste in the form of clay, fire it, glaze it, and fire it again to make tiles that are used in defense technologies. We also invest in Suntech Holdings and other companies that generate energy without pollution. The profits have been good.

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