• Air Quality Index (AQI) Forecast
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    • 金門 Moderate 80
    • 宜蘭 Moderate 55
    • 北部 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups 105
    • 中部 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups 110
    • 澎湖 Moderate 70
    • 花東 Good 50
    • 雲嘉南 Unhealthy for Sensitive Groups 110
    • 竹苗 Moderate 90
    • 高屏 Moderate 90
    Published: 2023-05-23 16:30
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Recycling Grand opening of the 2023 Resource Circulation International Conference Experts from Europe, Asia and Taiwan gather together to build a brand new future of resource circulation2023-05-29 In an effort to connect Taiwan with the world in terms of resource circulation policy implementation, build a matchmaking platform for companies in the resource circulation industry and understand the latest international trends and technologies as the COVID-19 pandemic eases, the Environmental Protection Administration, ROC (Taiwan) (EPA) once again worked with the EU this year—as they have been doing since 2018—in the “2023 Resource Circulation International Conference”. In tandem with the European Innovation Week, the EPA held an opening ceremony at the Taipei International Convention Center (TICC) on 29th May and continued to strengthen its long-term partnership with the EU. The opening ceremony of the EU Innovation Week was attended by President Chen Jian-Ren of the Executive Yuan, Maive Rute, Deputy Director General of the DG Internal Market, Wang Mei-Hua, Minister of Economic Affairs, and Tzi-Chin Chang, Director of the Environmental Protection Administration. The international conference continued after the opening ceremony. Director Chang delivered a speech at the conference, welcoming all experts, representatives, and leaders in industry, academia, government, and research field both abroad and domestically to attend the conference, promoting the development of resource circulation. According to the Environmental Protection Administration, this conference specially invited tMaive Rute, Deputy Director-General of DG Grow, EU gave a keynote speech titled “Circularity in Europe: from regulation to business cases.” The EPA invited government representatives from nations including Germany, Italy and Singapore, experts from Asian Development Bank and a think tank - United Kingdom National Materials Datahub Development, as well as industrial representatives from key companies in Taiwan to share their insights regarding resource circulation strategies and technologies. Through observation and the exchanging of ideas, participants gathered together to build a brand new future of resource circulation.