The Ministry of Environment (ME) and Korea Environmental Industry & Technology Institute (KETRI) supports environmental company that has the potential for growth in global market. It selects the leading environmental company and designates a flagship company in the environmental industry. It aids them in banking, exports, human resources, marketing and other support package in order to compete with the oversea markets. As a goal to enhance market expansion in both domestic and international market, ME and KETRI organized the '2013 Leading Environmental Company Support and Designation'.
Leading environmental company pertains to companies in the environmental industry that possesses superior environmental technology and outstanding business achievements in domestic market. And, has shown potential for growth and outstanding standards to withstand global competitive market. In related to this, AVING News and KETRI co-organized an interview with Kyeongdeok Na, representative of FORCEBEL. FORCEBEL was selected as '2013 Leading Environmental Company'.
FORCEBEL is an environmental plants expert company established in 2000, and its businesses are basically of landfill restoration and residential waste recycling. It has conducted a hundred of projects successfully on wastes disposal in/out of the country, waste recycling and more such as landfill redevelopment in Manheung-dong of Yeosu-si(2008), landfill wasteplex redevelopment(2012), landfill waste disposal pilot project in Aomori(2006), tsunami waste disposal(2012) and more.
'Supex System' of FORCEBEL is a recycling technology of complete separation & energization that let saturated landfill available for reuse, which is normally hard for reuse due to mixed combustible with dust. Thus it shows off high separation technology and its efficiency. Currently, it has installed and been operating a facility in Mokpo and Muju for reducing and energizing residential wastes through finance support by Ministry of Environment since.
"Currently we are under way for consultation on landfill redevelopment, recycling residential wastes in China and disposal of radiation wastes in Kagoshima. Since it conducts active consultations to not only China but also to The Philippines, Taiwan, U.S, Vietnam and more, we expect results " said representative Kyeongdeok Na.
→ Link to special page on 'ECOEXPO 2013′
by Miri Ahn, intern reporter