Ye Xincheng ( starting from engineering and science in the environmental field, extending his major to economics, management, education, communication, etc., integrating tools and strategies. In the past few years, when he worked in the government, when he served in the Environmental Protection Agency and the Executive Yuan, he proposed to focus on material Thinking about circular economy and industrial development from the perspective of flow, cash flow, and information flow, currently serving as a professor at the Institute of Environmental Education at National.
Taiwan Normal University and a green leader of the Green Academy) I don’t know if you have noticed that the environmental impact photo background removing assessment of the “Cement Kiln Co-processing Waste BOO Case” in the Hualien Heping Plant of Taiwan Nippon Co., Ltd. has passed the environmental impact assessment. In addition to professional discussions, I have also heard alternative reactions from some people, including "Cement kilns burn garbage, isn't there garbage in the cement?", "The residents near the cement factory are really unfortunate. They are polluted by cement and have to endure it. Garbage stinks", "There must be a lot of good behind this"...etc. In fact, before this, TCC had communicated with the villagers at the Hepingchang in Hualien for many years, and held a high-level concert a while ago;
He led the general manager and senior executives of TCC to bow and apologize to the villagers present. Over the years, the garbage from Hualien has been transported to Yilan for incineration, and the potential pollution route has been stretched for a long time. At the same time, we can also see news headlines such as "Leader of Circular Economy! TC Cement's net profit after tax hits a new high" in the media, showing that TC Cement's circular economy is doing very well, and the whole market is optimistic. Burning garbage while recycling the economy, is Taiwan Cement a big consortium of evil? Or good green business? Is this value confusion? Or do we just not know enough about things ourselves?