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Yingchuang will show you how solid waste turned to the fine view

Solid waste

Urban building solid waste

Steel solid waste: coal gangue

Mine solid waste

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Don't let resources go to the wrong places!

Yingchuang Building Technique ( Shanghai ) Co.,Ltd

At present, the quantity of building solid waste in China has accounted for 30% ~ 40% of the total urban solid waste. Most of the solid waste of buildings, without any treatment, is transported to the outskirts or villages by the construction unit, and treated by open air piling or landfill, which consumes a large amount of land fees and construction funds such as cleaning and transportation. At the same time, in the process of cleaning and stacking, such problems as dust and ash flying have caused serious environmental pollution.

While Yingchuang Building Technique ( Shanghai) Co.,Ltd can make the solid waste a fine view.

The above green and vibrant planting wall is printed by Yingchuang for Bingjiang, Xuhui, Shanghai, and the whole green wall stretches for 200 meters.

Surprisingly, the green wall, which stretches for 200 meters, uses a large amount of solid waste such as city, steel plant, power plant and coal chemical industry in the printing process, turning solid waste into resources and turning resources into beautiful scenery! 

For more details, welcome to “ Yingchuang 3D printing cycle industry expo garden press conference”!

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