Every
Resource
Counts.

All resources around us count. How efficiently we make use of them impacts our world today, and tomorrow.

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Macau Refuse
Incineration
Plant

Efficient electricity generation reaches Macau: ECOVE works closely with the local government to recover resources for energy.

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Miaoli Energy-
from-Waste
Plant

Achieving Efficiency and protecting ecosystems in Miaoli.

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Tainan SciencePark
Resource Recycling Center

Achieving the goals of both industrial economy and sustainable development of the environment.

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Lumberton Photovoltaic
Power Plant

ECOVE’s photovoltaic power plant generates electricity for the eastern coast of the United States, expanding the global supply of renewable energy.

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ECOVE Environment Corporation is a resource management services provider that assists public and private entities in Taiwan, Macau, Mainland China, Southeast Asia, India and the USA.

Energy-from-Waste

We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of EfW plants.

Photovoltaic Power

We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of Photovoltaic Power plants.

Recycling

We oversee the development, operations and maintenance of resource reclamation and treatment plants.

Latest News / Awards

2018/06/01

Public Officials from Countries Interested to Learn ECOVE's Energy-from-Waste Practices and Visited ECOVE Miaoli EfW Plant

ECOVE has operated and managed 11 EfW Plants in Taiwan and is known as the most reliable provider of Energy-from-Waste (EfW) services over the past 20 years. With its rich EfW experiences, the International Cooperation and Development Fund (ICDF), which organized the workshop on urban waste management, was attracted to visit ECOVE Miaoli Energy Corporation and acquire knowledge of the treatments and technologies of domestic waste in Taiwan. ICDF expected that members could exert what they learned from ECOVE and promote the development of the EfW industry in their home countries.

The 22 members from 20 countries are in charge of resource cycling fields in their homelands. These include the general manager of the Solid Waste Management Bureau in Santa Lucia, the director of the Mexican ecology bureau, the director of Argentine sustainable development office, the sustainable development consultants from Colombia, and the environmental senior officials from Belize.

In order to welcome the guests, ECOVE arranged a tour at Miaoli EFW Plant to introduce Taiwan’s technologies of EFW and pollution prevention, and ECOVE’s environmental education in the neighborhood. In addition, the workshop members were invited to visit the crane room and central control room to learn more about the actual operation of the plant.

During the symposium after the tour, the workshop members, recognizing that Taiwan’s waste treatment and development have taken the lead in the world, said they would like to learn more about ECOVE’s EfW technologies which could improve the waste problems and relieve local electricity demand in their home countries.

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Latest CSR Activity

2017/06/09

ECOVE Teams Up to Guard Taiwan’s Coastline

ECOVE Keelung EfW Plant, actively responding to the World Oceans Day, called staff for a beach cleanup and picked up over 100 kilograms of marine litter.

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Feature Publication

2018/06/01

Creating a Circular Taiwan: Industrial Waste and its Role in the Circular Economy

Despite an exploding global population putting an ever greater strain on finite global raw material stocks, the global industrial economic system remains stagnant in a “take-make-dispose” economic model. Determined to transform our linear economic modelinto a regenerative system, many countries are assimilating principles of the Circular Economy into national policies—with the ultimate goal of completelydesigning out waste.

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