- China cracking down on industrial waste pollution
- Country putting new measures in place to encourage companies to find greener methods of waste disposal
- TMSR Holding Company Limited provides patented methods to process and recycle solid waste produced in mining and other industries
The People’s Republic of China has put solid industrial waste at the top of its anti-pollution agenda, with new laws aimed at requiring companies to implement measures to handle the waste they generate, according to a Reuters report (http://ibn.fm/hThPJ).
As a developer and provider of innovative industrial and mining waste management solutions, TMSR Holding Company Limited (NASDAQ: TMSR) is dedicated to offering the mining sector and other industries a means of turning waste into useful materials. Through its patented technology, the company has developed processes to extract usable material from industrial waste, including aluminum slag, red mud manganese tailings, copper mine tailings and iron mine tailings.
Aluminum is the world’s second-most used metal after iron, and China is the world’s biggest producer of aluminum. However, its production poses several serious environmental challenges to the local communities settled around areas where aluminum is mined and refined.
One such challenge relates to tailings, which are the substances left over after the metals have been stripped from ore. Mining tailings, in the form of rock waste, are often left in huge hill-sized piles covering several acres. These hills may be unstable, causing devastating landslides, as in Luoyang, Henan Province, in 2016, when tailings caused a mudslide that destroyed a village (http://ibn.fm/lnDRV).
TMSR, through subsidiaries Shengrong Environmental and Wuhan HOST Coating Materials, holds two international U.S. patents and six patents issued by the People’s Republic of China, including three invention patents and three utility model patents.
TMSR’s award-winning technologies include pollution-free methods of processing and recycling tailings, as well as methods to deal with manganese slag, a substance that poses a health and environmental hazard and which can be expensive to dispose of.
Using these technologies, Shengrong Environmental recycles solid waste from a number of industries in the People’s Republic of China, extracting usable materials in processes that do not release dangerous chemical discharge. The resulting residue is then used to produce construction materials.
Shengrong also produces and sells processes and equipment that provide businesses in the mining and industrial sectors with a greener alternative to dispose of their solid waste.
Recognizing the value of TMSR’s technologies, the government of the People’s Republic of China has commended its technologies and encourages companies across the country to use these processes and products. The government has also included TMSR’s products in its official procurement list.
For more information, visit the company’s website at www.TMSRHolding.com
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