South Korean Tech Company and Green Key Join Forces

Photo (left to right): Tipasa (Pasa) Tukuafu, Kim, Kang-Lyun, CHANGJO E&E Co. Chairman; Mike Hill, CEO Green Key Enterprises; “Deshamanya” Mangala Senarath

Municipal Solid Waste (MSW) management is a critical piece in planning sustainable, healthy, and inclusive communities. However, due to the high cost and limited funds of many developing countries, 30 to 60% of solid waste remains uncollected. This waste, being openly dumped or openly burned, poses hazards to human health, the environment, and local economies.

This is where Green Key Enterprises can help. Providing profitable solutions to otherwise cost prohibitive MSW technologies.

ChangJo E&E and Green Key

Kim, Kang-Lyun, CHANGJO E&E Co. Chairman and Mike Hill, CEO Green Key Enterprises signed a cooperative agreement to implement state-of-the-art, South Korean developed, waste to energy technology in several Green Key projects globally.

” ‘CEP Technology’ is a technology that converts all the burning wastes into oil without treating them separately. Recognizing the value of the technology at home and abroad, Creative E & N recently signed a 200-billion joint venture agreement with the United States. It has also signed joint venture agreements with five countries, including China, Singapore, Vietnam, Indonesia and Sri Lanka.” … ChangJo E&E

Waste Treatment Demonstration

Producing energy with less environmental impact than most other sources ChangJo E&E equipment is recognized as a reliable, clean, renewable source of energy.

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