Norwegian companies participate in CIEPEC 2021 to help protect China’s ecological environment during the 14th Five-Year Plan period

From July 13 to 15, the 19th China International Environmental Protection Exhibition & Conference (CIEPEC) was successfully held in Beijing.

China International Environmental Protection Exhibition & Conference (CIEPEC), sponsored by the Ministry of Environmental Protection, P.R.C. (MEP) and exclusively organized by the China Association of Environmental Protection Industry (CAEPI) biennially, is the most prestigious environmental show in China as well as the world’s famous event for environmental technologies, products, and services.

With 35 years of continuing efforts, CIEPEC has been playing an important role in assisting the government to pursue environmental strategies, policies, investment plans and to guide market development. Besides plenty of top domestic enterprises, a large number of exhibitors from North America, Europe, Japan, Korea, and Southeast Asian countries and regions participated in CIEPEC. CIEPEC is regarded as the best platform to exchange leading-edge environmental innovations, explore business development opportunities and obtain first-hand information on the environmental market in China.

To honor the friendship between China and Norway in the field of environmental protection, upon its 35th anniversary, Innovation Norway has made a video for congratulations.

Norway is a country that pays a lot of attention to environmental protection and has advanced environmental protection technology. During the exhibition, Norwegian Energy and Environment Consortium, together with three members——CAMBI, NIVA, and INCOM TOMRA, have participated in the exhibition, working closely around the ecological environment protection under the background of reaching carbon emission peak in 2030 and reaching carbon neutrality in 2060. The Norwegian companies pledge to help in the battle against pollution during the 14th Five-Year Plan period.

During the exhibition, more than 100 enterprises visited and exchanged views with their Norwegian counterparts. Christoffer Grønstad, Environmental Counsellor at the Norwegian Embassy in China, also presented at the exhibition to meet the companies. The representatives of the company introduced Mr. Grønstad to their company’s latest technology.


Cambi has since 1989 provided its customers with solutions to transform their by-products into value resources. Today Cambi is a world leading provider of technologies for the conversion of biodegradable material such sludge, bio-waste, lignocellulose feedstock and distiller’s wet grains, into renewable energy and bio-fertilizers.



INCOM TOMRA environmental protection technology (Beijing) Co., Ltd. is a Sino Norwegian joint venture established in March 2016 by Beijing Yingchuang renewable resources recovery Co., Ltd. and Norway torang group. Mainly engaged in the promotion, sales and production of intelligent recycling machines and tools, as well as the provision of solid waste front-end recycling and treatment schemes, etc.



NIVA is Norway’s leading institute for basic and applied research on marine and freshwaters. The institute’s research comprises of a wide range of environmental, climatic and resource-related fields. Its problem solving and advisory services applies a multidisciplinary approach through combining research, monitoring and evaluation.


The environment is the premise of human existence and development. Norwegian companies have long been concerned about environmental issues and have been making positive contributions to tackling global climate change. The successful holding of this exhibition has laid an important foundation for the cooperation between Chinese and Norwegian environmental protection enterprises to jointly contribute to the environmental and ecological protection during the 14th Five-Year Plan.