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Six clean air technologies win 'Bluetech Award'

chinagate.cn,December 15, 2017 Adjust font size:

Winners of the "Bluetech Award" pose for a group photo in Beijing on December 14, 2017.

Six cutting edge clean air technologies have won this year’s“Bluetech Award”. The results were announced by the Clean Air Alliance of China (CAAC) on Dec. 14 in Beijing.

Covering major categories of air quality management, the six winners are: Catalytic Candle Filter (CCF) Technology for Multi-Pollutant Exhaust Emissions Control;  Comprehensive Utilization Technology of Low Temperature Waste Heat Recovery of Blast Furnace Slag Flushing Water and Steam; Integrated Condensing Gas Boiler Technology;  Environmental Air Quality On-line Monitoring System; Fast, Multi-point Magnetic-sector Mass Spectrometry VOCs Online Monitoring System, and Improved Vapor Recovery Unit.

Most of these technologies have already been put into practice. For example, the environmental air quality online monitoring system by Shanghai DST Technology Company has been applied in Shaoxing, Zhejiang Province. With the support of this system, Shaoxing has established monitoring stations in 90 towns and villages, which play a critical role in providing data for managing air quality.

Also announced on the same day is the "Star of the future Award", a new award designed to encourage companies with great potentials in clean air technology field.

The“Bluetech Award” was launched three years ago. This year, around 200 clean air technologies from 16 countries competed for the award. Clean air technology assessment methodology is used to examine real-world results, analyzing environmental benefits, technological performances and financial viabilities.

As the organizer, the Clean Air Alliance of China has provided ample support to help the winners accelerate their business on the ground and contribute to air quality management in China. The winners will soon receive opportunities of systematic technical demonstration, project docking and promotion. In addition, they will also receive support by the California – China Blue Accelerate platform, which was co-sponsored by the Asia Society and the CAAC, to expand their business globally.