Advocacy Actions

2019-10-15 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted comments to MOHURD on Code for Building Fire Protection

On 15th October 2019, the European Chamber's Construction, Energy, Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working groups submitted comments to the Ministry of Housing and Urban-Rural Development on "Code for Building Fire Protection", one of the standards released as part of "40 National Standards for Housing and Urban-Rural Engineering Projects".

Read more
2019-10-12 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted Comments on MEE's National Catalogue on Hazardous Waste (revised draft)

On 12 October, the European Chamber's Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refinery working groups submitted comments on the MEE's National Catalogue on Hazardous Waste (revised draft).

Read more
2019-09-17 > Beijing, Shanghai

Presentation of Environment and PCR activities to China Chemical Regulatory Workshop

On 17th September, representatives from the European Chamber presented at the Nickel Institute's 2019 China Chemical Regulatory Workshop to showcase lobby activities and priorities of the Chamber's Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working groups.

Read more
2019-09-17 > Beijing, Shanghai

European Chamber Representatives Made Presentations during the Nickle Institute China Chemical Regulatory Workshop 2019

On 17th Sept., European Chamber representatives Michelle ZHANG, government relations manager, and Rachel RAPAPORT, working group coordinator, made presentations in the China Chemical Regulatory Workshop 2019, organized by the Nickle Institute. The theme of the workshop was Chemical Risk Assessment and Management.

Read more
2019-08-16 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted comments on MEE's New Measures for Environmental Management of Chemical Substances

On 16th August, the European Chamber's Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working groups submitted comments to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on its draft "New Measures for Environmental Management of Chemical Substances".

Read more
2019-08-02 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted comments to MEM on Guidelines for the Investigation and Management of Hazardous Chemical Enterprises' Risk

On 2 August, the European Chamber's Environment and Petrochemicals, Chemicals and Refining working groups submitted comments to the Ministry of Emergency Management on "Guidelines for the Investigation and Management of Hazardous Chemical Enterprises' Risk".

Read more
2019-08-02 > All chapters

Comments to the National People's Congress on Solid Waste Environmental Pollution Prevention Control Law (Draft))

On 2nd Aug., the European Chamber's Environment Working Group submitted collated comments to the National People's Congress on Solid Waste Environmental Pollution Prevention Control Law (Draft) (《固体废物污染环境防治法(修订草案)》)

Read more
2019-07-30 > Beijing

Meeting with China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF)

On 30th July, Dr Christoph Schrempp, Vice Chair of Environment Working Group (WG), Mr David Chen, Senior Representative of Environment and Petrochemical WG, and Ms Michelle Zhang, Government Relations Manager and Business Manager of Environment WG and Government Affairs Forum, paid a visit to the China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation (CPCIF) and discussed cooperation potentials.

Read more
2019-06-20 > Beijing

Environment Working Group Meeting: "No Waste City" Initiatives, Solid Waste Management & Potential Business Opportunities

On 20th June, the Chamber’s Environment Working Group held a working group meeting at the Beijing office themed “’No Waste City’ Initiatives, Solid Waste Management & Potential Business Opportunities.” Two speakers, Dr. Teng Jingjie from the Solid Waste Management Centre of the Ministry of Ecology and Environment, and Dr. Pan Gong, Director and Principle Consultant of Solid Waste Industry Research Centre of the E20 Environment Platform, gave two detailed and informative speeches regarding the new “No Waste City” initiative and relevant business opportunities.

Read more
2019-06-10 > Beijing, Shanghai

Submitted comments on MEE's Technical Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Pollution from Solid Waste Recycling (Second Draft)

On 10th June 2019, the European Chamber's Environment working group submitted comments to the Ministry of Ecology and Environment's Technical Guidelines for the Prevention and Control of Pollution from Solid Waste Recycling (Second Draft).

Read more