Ship & Shore Environmental Consolidates its Presence in China
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Long Beach, CA, November 7, 2023 – Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc. (S&SE), a global leader in environmental and energy solutions, reaffirms its mission to tackle environmental challenges with precision and innovation through its China subsidiary, Ship & Shore China (AuSSE). S&SE China, operating as its own independent entity, has made significant strides in China over the last few years, enhancing operations and attaining the primary goal of helping improve air quality as part of its commitment to curb pollution and foster environmental responsibility and sustainability in this critical market.
Between 2013 and 2021, China, the world’s second-largest economy, improved overall air quality by more than 40% while the average lifespan of residents increased by more than two years, according to a report by the University of Chicago’s Energy Policy Institute.
However, lately the numbers have been more grim. As an example, Beijing’s PM2.5 pollution levels increased 27% year-on-year in the first eight months of 2023, putting the city at risk of violating the national air quality standards this year, after meeting them for the first time in 2021. The year-on-year increase took place mainly in the first quarter, but August levels were also higher than in 2022. Ozone levels averaged across China’s cities increased 13.9% year on year in August.
Founded in 2017, Ship & Shore China (AuSSE) rapidly emerged as a dynamic subsidiary of Ship & Shore Environmental, Inc., showcasing its adaptability to meet the unique and stringent requirements of the Chinese market. Employing state-of-the-art technology enhancements, it ensures solutions are tailored to address local challenges, enhancing their effectiveness and efficiency. With its extensive experience and product portfolio in industrial air pollution capture and control systems, S&SE collaborates closely with local Chinese organizations to implement solutions that align with China’s aggressive environmental targets. In addition, Ship & Shore’s CEO Anoosheh Oskouian has been advising the Chinese EPA since the company entered the China market.