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Circular Economy Taiwan Explore Green Gold, Blue Ocean, and New Business Opportunities

Source: Taiwan International Trade Shows | Updated: 05 September 2019

The second Circular Economy Taiwan organized by the Taiwan External Trade Development Council (TAITRA) will be held at the Taipei World Trade Center Exhibition Hall 1 from September 26 to 28. In addition to circular resources and circular equipment, this year' s show will be expanded to showcase the cross-industry applications of a circular economy, such as circular design, circular material, circular agriculture, and circular textile concepts. Leading enterprises who have realized circular economies have been invited to showcase innovative business models, green energy technology, and products and solutions. The Circular Economy Industry Summit will also be held. Domestic and international leaders have been invited to participate in the summit, as well as forums and procurement meetings to inspire in-depth exchanges and the development of potential business opportunities.

Debut in Asia – EPSON PaperLab, realizing the vision for circular offices

The biggest highlight of this year's Circular Economy Taiwan is the Epson PaperLab, which is sent directly from Japan to Taiwan and making its debut in Asia. This machine can completely eliminate the original content on waste paper and creates new paper through defibration, binding, and forming, right in the office. No additional water is needed to make paper. Another Japanese company, Duplo, will be exhibiting the world's first office-type recycled paper-making machine, which is made in Japan and capable of removing toner with water before decomposing waste paper to create brand new, recycled paper. Through the showcase of these two products at the exhibition this year, visitors will be able to see firsthand waste paper recycling and proprietary paper recycle and reuse technologies.

Environmentally friendly materials are all the rage, the first company offering sugarcane straws with environmentally friendly and biodegradable marks in Taiwan to participate and showcase

Since 2018, the policy to limit plastic usage went into effect; since July of 2019, four major targets, government departments, schools, department stores and shopping centers, and fast food restaurant chains are prohibited from providing single-use plastic straws, with the vision of banning single-use plastics completely in 2030. This is not only happening in Taiwan, but the practice of limiting plastics is also happening around the world. In this year's exhibition, various innovative and environmentally friendly materials will be showcased, including Ju Tian Cleantech's sugarcane straws with environmentally friendly and biodegradable marks. So far, more than 5 million sugarcane straws have been sold in a single month, and 90% of them have been exported overseas. The important drivers of the domestic circular economy and environmental protection policies, including the Industrial Development Bureau and the Environmental Protection Administration, will also participate in the exhibition. The Industrial Development Bureau will lead 17 companies, including Tetra Pak, Nan Pao Resins Chemical, Decathlon, and UHT Unitech, to participate in the exhibition to showcase demonstrations that meet the concept of circular economy.

The Circular Economy Industry Summit, where leading companies around the world will share new circular opportunities that are sustainable

During the exhibition, TAITRA, in cooperation with ECCT, will hold the Circular Economy Industry Summit, focusing on “Green Supply Chain” and “Sustainability: New Era of New Energy”, The Low Carbon Initiative (LCI) initiated by the ECCT has been promoting the green energy concept since 2012. This year’s seminars, with the help of LCI, invited a number of benchmark European companies. The lecturer lineup includes well-known companies from around the world such as Epson (Japan), IKEA (Sweden), Arçelik (Turkey), Scania, and Carrefour (France), who will lead participants in grasping the latest circular economy trends and business models.

This year’s Circular Economy Taiwan will be held simultaneously with TIWW and Taiwan InnoTech Expo, building Taiwan's most complete international B2B exhibition platform for green/environmental and the circular economy industry. Pre-register to visit the exhibition for free. For details, please visit www.cetaiwan.com.tw; to register for the Circular Economy Industry Summit, please visit https://topic.cw.com.tw/event/2019circular/forum/.

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