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Hungarian Eco-industry focuses on China

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By exporting certain Eco-technologies tested in Hungary, Hungarian Eco-industry might gain significant income, said Environmental Minister Miklós Persányi, who has been staying in China since the beginning of the week.

The energetic usage of bio gas developing in sewage plants and ecological sewage cleaning methods arouse the greatest interest in the Asian country, but there is good chance for selling waste utilization systems as well, said Persányi adding that following his delegation’s visit. He is expecting several billion forint contracts to be signed. (Magyar Hírlap)

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