Filtration Group works with North China Electric Power University on Power Generation Pollution Control Solutions

Filtration Group and North China Electric Power University today announced the establishment of a Research Center on Thermal Power Plant Zero Liquid Discharge. Based in the new NCEPU Environmental Engineering facilities, the Joint Innovation Centers will focus on serving both air and water pollution control needs of China power generation plants.

As one of the “Project 211” universities, North China Electric Power University (NCEPU) is a national key university under the direct jurisdiction of the Ministry of Education (MOE). The main campus is located in Beijing, and it has a sub-campus in Baoding. There are about 3,000 faculty and staff, 20,000 full-time undergraduates, and 7,000 postgraduates. Covering 1600 mu, the gross floor area of the university is about one million square meters.

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“We are pleased to partner with Filtration Group, a leading filtration company that can share their technologies for NCEPU faculties and students to work on and provide superior solutions to a national priority on energy savings and environmental control.” said Professor Zhigong Wu, General Secretary of North China Electric Power University.

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“Cooperation with NCEPU will greatly expand Filtration Group’s product and technologies into the China power generation market,” according to Steve Felice, Filtration Group CEO. He added: “we are extremely impressed with the know-how and expertise of the University’s Environmental Engineering team and looking forward to working together to bring innovative solutions on pollution control.”

 

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