Contributing to the realization of carbon goals of China

Contributing to the realization of carbon goals of China

15th June is China’s National Low-Carbon Day 2022. As a leading recycling company, ALBA actively promotes the concept of circular economy’s contributions to decarbonization and supports China in achieving the ambitious goals of “Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutrality”.

China initiated the first “National Low-Carbon Day” during the “Low-Carbon China” Campaign in 2013. Since then, every year, the government nominates one day as “National Low-Carbon Day” during the National Energy Conservation Week. On the day, governments, companies, organizations, and education institutions organize all kinds of low-carbon activities across the country. The objective is to popularize knowledge on climate change, raise public awareness of decarbonization, and call for low-carbon actions from the whole society.

The theme of Low-Carbon Day 2022 is “Implement ‘Carbon Peaking and Carbon Neutrality’ Actions, Co-create Beautiful Homeland”. Under the framework of the Sino-German Energy Partnership, German Corporation for International Cooperation GmbH (GIZ) initiated a communication campaign to highlight the importance of decarbonization. Influential representatives from political decision-makers, associations, the private sector, and NGOs share their visions and contribute to China’s public awareness-raising on low-carbon actions.

Mr. Mingxi Zhao, the General Manager of ALBA China, participated in the campaign and expressed ALBA’s vision and actions to support China’s decarbonization through a circular economy. “Our vision is a world without waste. By implementing German best practices, optimized to local circumstances, we bring state-of-the-art recycling solutions to China, contributing to the realization of carbon goals.” Through our recycling projects in China, ALBA builds the lighthouse demonstration of Sino-German cooperation on climate and environment.

Pioneering the recycling industry

ALBA is committed to the environment and to future generations.