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Urumqi: Dryland Mega-City Development - Managing interconnected sensitive cycles - May 8th, 2007, IUWA Heidelberg e.V., Heidelberg, Germany. German-Chinese Workshop on the Project Sketch of the “Core Cycle Waste”.

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Urumqi: Dryland Mega-City Development- Managing interconnected sensitive cycles -

May 8th, 2007, IUWA Heidelberg e.V., Heidelberg, Germany

German-Chinese Workshop on the Project Sketch of the “Core Cycle Waste”

Dr. Thomas Sterr Prof. Dr. D. Günter Liesegang

IUWA

University of Heidelberg, Germany AWI - Institute of Economics, Department of Business Administration

Institute for Eco-Industrial AnalysesHeidelberg e.V.

Contact address: IUWA, Tiergartenstraße 17, 69121 Heidelberg, Germany phone: +49/6221/64940-12, fax: -14; sterr@iuwa.de, www.iuwa.de

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Module 1: Transparent depiction of the current political, organizational, legal and economic framework in the waste industry

1. Depiction of the legal framework (including by-laws, ordinances, etc.)in the realm of waste for the Urumqi Region and its subsystemelements

 Our Chinese partners are working on that

Connection of the project’s contents with the goals of the present five year plan (5YP) and its regional specifications harmonization with the goals of this 5YP

 Our Chinese partners are working on that

3. Description of the competence/jurisdiction of the mesh of actors(public / private) in the Urumqi Region, including a comparisonto the conditions in the “Metropolitan Region of Rhine-Neckar”

 Both sides agree that they will work on that issue

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Module 1: Transparent depiction of the current political, organizational, legal and economic framework in the waste industry

4. Illustration of disposal logistics (infrastructure, collection systems, …)

 unclear, what we meant by that

Presentation on disposal logistics

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Module 1: Transparent depiction of the current political, organizational, legal and economic framework in the waste industry

Already incorporated institutions and individuals

  • Environmental agencies on the level of the province (Ministry of the Environment) – Jaerhang Ahati & Associates)
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and regions (Changji / Urumqi) – Bai Xin
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and neighborhoods
  • University of Xinjiang – He Bingyu
  • Environmental agencies Individuals and groups that shall be incorporated during implementation and individuals z
  • Resource Recovery Association of the Province of Xinjiang
  • Leading representatives from industrial enterprises and recycling specialists
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Module 2: Identification of potential opportunities for the circular economy

  • well chosen topic”
  • will be a major task within the first two years
  • special desire of the Chinese partners: recycling of tires / rubber
  • what is the current state of being for the specific types of waste economically speaking?
  • which amounts of waste are expected to develop within the next few years? (including alternate prospects)
  • which adverse environmental effects and potential are associated with this development? (scenario prognosis)
  • which prices for the specific types of waste are expected to develop within the next few years?
  • which factors influence the development of prices and to what extent?
  • which technologies are currently in use / planned for the future?
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Module 2: Identification of potential opportunities for the circular economy

  • well chosen topic”
  • will be a major task within the first two years
  • special desire of the Chinese partners: recycling of tires / rubber
  • how does the development of the situation in Urumqi compareto the Rhine-Neckar Region?(the market, organizational issues, technologies)
  • which specific advantages and disadvantages are involved?
  • how are these changes evaluated from an ecological and socio-cultural point of view?
  • in which fields of activity could the circular economy be promoted in the U-Chang Region and how? / for which types of waste / what recycling processes could be implemented in the near future?
  • which measures could help improve the surrounding conditions?
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Module 2: Identification of potential opportunities for the circular economy

Already incorporated institutions and individuals

  • Environmental agencies on the level of the province (Ministry of the Environment) – Jaerhang Ahati & Associates)
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and regions (Changji / Urumqi) – Bai Xin
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and neighborhoods
  • University of Xinjiang – He Bingyu
  • Environmental agencies Individuals and groups that shall be incorporated during implementation and individuals z
  • Resource Recovery Association of the Province of Xinjiang
  • Leading representatives from industrial enterprises and recycling specialists
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Module 3: Opportunities for the German Economy

  • will be a major subject for the German side
  • enforcement of direct contacts and involvement of industrial actors / private enterprises from the Rhine-Neckar Region
  • What is the current framework for German investmentsin the waste realm in the Urumqi Region? What must one be aware of? What are the risks and dangers?
  • What services are currently offered by non-Chinese foreigners?
  • What is the situation regarding the founding of enterprises /joint ventures /technological export /consulting services for German firms in the region?
  • In which fields of activity is the Chinese industry / the government of the province especially interested in the services of German enterprises / services from Germany?
  • Where do German enterprises (especially those from the Rhine-Neckar-Region) have good chances of getting the foot in the door in U’Chang (products / services / production)?
  • How can one improve these chances?
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Module 3: Opportunities for the German Economy

Direct project partners of special importance

  • Resource Recovery Association of the Province of Xinjiang (XRRA) (Association of the recycling businesses of the entire region; as it includes all major registered recycling companies)
  • Public and private recycling enterprises
  • Environmental agencies on the level of the province (Ministry of Env. – Jaerhang Ahati, who is also one of the vice-presidents of „XRRA“)
  • University of Xinjiang
  • Auxiliary measures
  • Visit of a business delegation of interested industrial representatives from U-Chang to the Rhine-Neckar-Region  joint excursions to interested firms and technologies
  • Delegation of German industrial representatives in U-Chang
  • both visits include accompanying events (presentations + small trade fairs with posters, demos, products)
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Module 4: Specification of the Project’s Field of Activity with locational focus on MiDong, EDTZ, selected inner city areas

  • “agreement an the question of the specific locational focushas already been achieved during the last workshops in Urumqi”
  • locational focus a.) MiDong a production site currently being developed between Urumqi and Changji, which is already the industrial site with the largest area in the Province of Xinjiangb.) EDTZ (hightech sites near the city)  Basics and logistics for modern disposal in the industrial areac.) selected inner city areas consumer behavior / socio-cultural aspects
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Module 4: Specification of the Project’s Field of Activity with locational focus on MiDong, EDTZ, selected inner city areas

  • “agreement an the question of the specific locational focushas already been achieved during the last workshops in Urumqi”

2. Site-specific focus on the relevant issues, beginning with MiDong because ofa.) a special interest of the partners of the Xinjiang Resource Recovery Association (Presidents of the private enterprises), as mentioned in a private discussion on the „XRRA“ premises in Urumqi in July of 2006b.) the special development of the industrial area in MiDong (corner- stone laid in April 05), which is currently in a quite dynamic statewindow of opportunity not only in regards to potential environmentally friendly development but also in regards to the need for investmentc.) a special closeness to the Chinese economy / to CEOs who will get acquainted with German environmental technologiesand management first hand during the projectd.) cooperation with representatives from the Rhine-Neckar Chamber of Commerce and similar institutions with the explicit participation of experts on China

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Module 4: Specification of the Project’s Field of Activity with locational focus on MiDong, EDTZ, selected inner city areas

First steps towards the conceptualization of a recycling park in the industrial area of MiDong “That’s where we have to start”  “but no information available yet as no research has ever been exercised on that yet”.a.) what is currently recycledb.) where could potentially interesting synergy effects be realized c.) what business opportunities can be found here for German enterprises?

Presentation on Eco-industrial Parks

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Module 4: Specification of the Project’s Field of Activity with locational focus on MiDong, EDTZ, selected inner city areas

Sustainability-oriented business in the industrial area MiDong  Compilation of suggestions / proposals for promoting a more environmentally and socially friendly means of business in the industrial park of MiDong the Chinese side does “not consider this as a relevant question”Synergetic effects between different companies? Opportunities for German enterprises along the chain of material flows?

Suggestions for developing appropriate communicational forums in order to promote the sustainable development in the industrial area Networking and the establishment of networks for creating and increasing mutual trust  Organization und implementation of appropriate presentations for increasing the business ties between the two partner regions

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Module 4: Specification of the Project’s Field of Activity with locational focus on MiDong, EDTZ, selected inner city areas

Already incorporated institutions and individuals

  • Environmental agencies on the level of the province (Ministry of the Environment) – Jaerhang Ahati & Associates)
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and regions (Changji / Urumqi) – Bai Xin
  • Environmental agencies on the level of cities and neighborhoods
  • University of Xinjiang
  • Environmental agencies Individuals and groups that shall be incorporated during implementation and individuals z
  • Resource Recovery Association of the Province of Xinjiang
  • Leading representatives from industrial enterprises and recycling specialists
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Urumqi: Dryland Mega-City Development- Managing interconnected sensitive cycles -

May 8th, 2007, IUWA Heidelberg e.V., Heidelberg, Germany

Thank you very much for your fruitful collaboration

Dr. Thomas Sterr Prof. Dr. D. Günter Liesegang

IUWA

University of Heidelberg, Germany AWI - Institute of Economics, Department of Business Administration

Institute for Eco-Industrial AnalysesHeidelberg e.V.

Contact address: IUWA, Tiergartenstraße 17, 69121 Heidelberg, Germany phone: +49/6221/64940-12, fax: -14; sterr@iuwa.de, www.iuwa.de