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Join AmCham Shanghai's Manufacturing Business Council for presentations on how to Thrive In China's New Environmental Era, on October 15th, from 10:00am to 12:00pm. You will have the opportunity to ask direct questions to representatives from the government, peers from the industry, and consultant subject matter experts.


How does a company respond to a news article announcing 4,022 companies are facing rectification and that 1,431 enterprises and 9 chemical parks in Jiangsu shall be closed? Is this information reliable? Can we get more details? Can this be foreseen? Can something be done about it?


International companies increasingly realise that Conventional Risk Management focused purely on compliance no longer protects them in China. Many have started to upgrade their risk management systems and are evaluating how to deal with various new requirements: how to avoid interruptions in the operations and supply chain when temporary production restrictions are imposed? How to meet new VOC management requirements? What changed in the permitting process?


This event provides insight in where these requirements come from, and how they can be anticipated, using China's increasing amount of digitized environmental information. In panel discussions industry players will debate with government officials and environmental experts and share their best practices.

Speakers

  • Feng WeiQing (Co-President at Greenment, Inc.)

    Feng WeiQing

    Co-President at Greenment, Inc.

    Feng WeiQing has over 25 years of experience in environmental, health and safety audits, Phase I and II environmental site assessments, remediation, geological engineering, and geotechnical engineering. Over the last 20+ years, as one of the pioneer EHS consultants in China, Mr. Feng managed major merge and acquisition projects for multinational clients in China, outbound projects for Chinese companies, full life-cycle remediation projects for both private sectors and government agencies, and large EHS management/green supplier chain projects. Mr. Feng has an extensive network of EHS professionals and experts from government agencies, enables him to participate into laws/regulations preparation and drafting, and research and development on new technology in EHS field.

    Prior to joining GREENMENT, Mr. Feng was the General Manager of Golder Associates Shanghai office, the China Operation Director of AECOM, and the General Manager of MWH Shanghai.

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  • Johnny Browaeys (Director International Operations of Greenment, Inc.)

    Johnny Browaeys

    Director International Operations of Greenment, Inc.

    Mr. Browaeys has 26 years of experience helping companies understand and mitigate environmental risks in China and beyond. He works at GREENMENT, the largest private-owned, Chinese EHS consulting firm in China. Prior to GREENMENT, he worked for ERM, setting up the first environmental consultancy business in western China, for CH2M Hill setting up the Soil & Groundwater Remediation business, and for DuPont coaching Chinese business leaders in building an environmental performance culture.

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  • Dr. Yue Chang (Team Manager of Engineering at Evonik)

    Dr. Yue Chang

    Team Manager of Engineering at Evonik

    Dr. Yue Chang is the Team Manager Engineering at Evonik (Shanghai) Investment Management Co. Ltd. Her responsibility includes Technical & Construction permitting in compliance with the latest regulatory updates and providing related services for production plants & sites in China. This includes Project strategy setup and leading project work streams for investment projects in the Greater China Region. She also acts as technical consultants and provides project management for production sites in China. In addition, she provides business support for internal segment clients with consulting & audit services.

    Dr. Yue Chang studied and worked both in China and Germany and with 10 years of experience working for a foreign company in China, combines the best of both worlds.

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  • Stephanie Li (China Environmental Manager at INVISTA Management)

    Stephanie Li

    China Environmental Manager at INVISTA Management

    Ms. Stephanie Li is the China Environmental Manager for INVISTA Management (Shanghai) Co., Ltd. Her responsibility includes leading EHS permitting efforts of capital investment projects, providing oversight of environmental compliance matter of sites in China, and providing advisory support on internal environmental matters as regulatory subject matter expert.

    Before working in the industry, Ms. Li worked in Golder Associates and hence is highly experienced in guiding and upgrading corporate processes to manage China’s challenging regulatory environment.

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Agenda

10 AM - 10:05 AM
Registration and Opening
10:05 AM - 10:25 AM
New Insights on China's Environmental Policy and Enforcement
10:25 AM - 10:50 AM
Latest Changes in Permitting Regime – Challenges and Responding Strategies
10:50 AM - 11:15 AM
New Air Challenge – VOC Management
11:15 AM - 11:40 AM
Panel Discussion
11:40 AM - 12 PM
Innovation in Environmental Risk Management

Tickets

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Member Ticket
Member Price Free
Member Company Employee Ticket
Standard Price RMB 200
Door Price RMB 300
Non-Member Ticket
Standard Price RMB 500
Door Price RMB 600

Venue

AmCham Shanghai Conference Center

Suite 568, Shanghai Centre, 1376 Nanjing Road West
Shanghai, China

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