November 10, 2020
Waste incinerators for Zhangjiagang City
(750 tons × 3 units = 2,250 tons/day)
Ebara Qingdao Co., Ltd. (EQC) in Qingdao City, Shandong Province, China is a wholly-owned subsidiary of EBARA Environmental Plant Co., Ltd. (EEP). Ebara Qingdao received an order from Beijing Enterprises Environment Group Ltd. for HPCC mechanical stoker type incinerators (treatment capacity: 750 tons×3 units = 2,250 tons/day) for a waste-incineration power generation plant for Zhangjiagang City, Jiangsu Province.
EQC is a manufacturing base for waste incinerators and waste heat boilers to be installed at waste treatment facilities which EBARA COARPORATTION (EBARA) constructs upon customer orders. EQC also offers sales, installation, and test operation guidance of major equipment used at waste-treatment facilities, such as waste incinerators, to customers who construct and operate waste treatment facilities in China. EQC received its first order for Xiamen City in 2008, and since then it has steadily grown the business by receiving orders for the cities of Weihai, Shanghai, Changde, and Tai'an. In 2020, EQC received seven orders consecutively, including this project. As a result, EQC has received a cumulative total of 45 orders in China (total processing capacity: 45,535 tons/day), which is one of the highest sales made in China.
EBARA Group will continue to offer designs tailored to the needs of each region based on our more than 50 years of experience and technological capabilities in waste treatment business. We will provide optimized technologies to protect the living environment of China, whose economy continues to grow with the world's largest population. In addition, we are utilizing our experiences and knowledge acquired through EQC's business model to expand sales of technologies and products in each local region of Asia, where market needs are expected to further increase. EBARA Group will continue to make efforts to improve living environment in Asia in the waste treatment domain as well.
Examples of our business in Asia:
Sewerage sludge incineration facility in Singapore delivered by EQC in August 2019
(143 tons × 4 furnaces = 572 tons/day)
EBARA Group aims to achieve Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs) through tackling ESG material issues based on our Long-term vision and Mid-term management plan, is working on further improving our corporate value.