Date : 2021-05-21
The consumption of delivery food has been increasing due to restraints from the COVID-19 pandemic. As a result, the amount of plastic and vinyl wastes have been increasing. Amid the growing need for technology to deal with the landfill problem, City Oil Field is offering new answers to the recycling process with their eco-friendly decomposition of waste. It uses wave energy generated by ceramic balls to decompose plastic and make eco-friendly liquid fuel oil without generating odors or harmful substances during the process. What’s more, the company set up a separate research institute at Cambridge University in the UK, and has also been exploring business opportunities with Chinese companies as well. We explore City Oil Field, a company that is creating new energy for the future.
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In recent years, artificial turf has been drawing more attention as good alternatives to real grass for their cost effectiveness. However, they are not necessarily good for the environment. In response, BI Land has been developing eco-friendly artificial grass with excellent drainage and ventilation functions that are different from existing artificial grass products. Whats more, BI Land’s artificial turf products help prevent injuries by absorbing shock, which has been proven with various patents and certification standards. We explore BI Land that has developed a new type of artificial turf that protects both the environment and people.
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The water shortage phenomenon is worsening around the world as global warming has led to frequent abnormal weather conditions. This phenomenon is no exception for Korea as well, which calls for the need for an environmentally friendly water treatment technology. A company called Pure Envitech is equipped with unparalleled membrane separation technology and wastewater treatment process. It also obtained patents for its flagship flat sheet type membranes and is also seeking to advance into the pharmaceutical sector. We explore Pure Envitech, a company that has an edge in treating sewage and wastewater using membrane separation technology.
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