By Zhong Nan
China Energy Conservation and Environmental Protection Group, a centrally-administered State-owned enterprise specializing in waste disposal, sewage treatment and energy efficiency, will help build a disposal center for medical waste in Wuhan of Hubei province to fight against the outbreak of the epidemic.
The new facility will effectively alleviate the pressure of Wuhan's existing medical waste disposal and prevent secondary pollution incidents, according to information released by the State-owned Assets Supervision and Administration Commission of the State Council.
Invited by Wuhan municipal government on Tuesday, the Beijing-headquartered CECEP completed the design work for this facility within 10 hours and submitted to authority in Wuhan for the review. Under its design, it will take 15 days to complete the building and equipment installing work for the new facility in the city's Qianzishan area.
The construction work now is undertaken by different parties after gaining the green light from Wuhan municipal government on Thursday.
CECEP currently has over 500 subsidiaries and a global market presence in 110 countries and regions.