(Tue) 7:00pm ~ 9:00pm at ITRI, 2870 Zanker Rd., Suite #140, San Jose, CA. Regis tration will star t at 6:30pm. This
seminar covering 2 talks of sustainable development: a brand new perspective of waste treatment and management by
Mr. Guangyuan Li “Clean Tech Solut ion for Waste Management ” and overview of water and energy
interdependencies by Dr. William Kao “The Water-Energy Nexus”. Certainly it is an insightful and interesting
seminar. Please join us for discussion. See You!!
Chinese American Renewable Energy Society-a CleanTech group of CIE/USA-SF
Talk Title: Clean Tech Solution for Waste Management by Mr. Guangyuan Li
Waste treatment and management has been
conventionally regar ded as one of the “dir tiest” jobs. The
operation has to deal with those materials nobody wants
and the material disposal often produces pollutions
damaging environments either shor t-term or long-term.
This talk will offer a brand new perspective about waste
treatment and management. Being driven by the
awareness of energy efficiency, environmental
friendliness and the innovation of cleantech and
greentech, the used-to-be dir ty job can betransformed
into a green operation with net zero energy and zero
emission with additional benefits of material recycling and
A recent successful example of the first commercial
pyrolysis plant at Port of Alexandria, Louisiana will be
presented to demonstrate not only how cleantech
implementation can benefit and improve the quality of our lives but also a win-win business strategy can be achieved by
combining American technology and Chinese manufacturing.
1. Normally, three ways to manage the waste materials:
Landfill and burying------need to use land resources
Burning------cause the secondary pollution
2. Recycling: Mechanic and Pyrolysis
3. CleanTech Solution for waste management:
Core value of CleanTech Solution for waste management:
WTC------Waste To Cash
PTC------Pollution To Clean
CTSW’s pyrolysis solution: System Solution a nd Project Solution
4. 3”E” & 6”R”:
Water Energy Nexus & Waste Management Seminar
Present to You By:
Mr. Guangyuan Li “CleanTech Solution for Waste Management”
Dr. William Kao “The Water-Energy Nexus”
Date: November 16 (Tue) 6:30pm~9:00pm
At: ITRI International,
2870 Zanker Road, Suite 140, San Jose. CA
** Join us for an overview of water &
Energy Interconnection, new
perspective about waste treatment
** Network with professionals in Green
( a Clean-Tech group of CIE/USA-SF )
Environmental: Recycling and Reducing
Economic: Reusable and Renewable
Enhancement: Re-development and Rediscovery
5. Case Study: First Commercial Pryolysis plant at Port of Alexandria, Louisiana
About the speaker:
Mr. Guangyuen Li, a Chinese-American with many years of strategic, management and operational experiences. Since 1985, Mr. Li had helped or involved to set up 15 joint ventures in China and USA, and served as Director, or Chairman or Vice Chairman for most of US or Sino-American joint venture companies. He is currently serving as Chairman, JSL International (Consulting Company), Senior Consultant for US companies: BodyBlocks Worldwide, LLC and senior advisor for CleanTech Solution Worldwide, LLC (CTSW). Previously, he served as Senior Consultant, Maytag Corporation and Vice President, Maytag International where he was responsible for the China Market Development.
Mr. Li was Co-Founder, executive Vice President and President of AeRa Cooperation in Oakland, California for 15 years since 1985. He has a rich background of serving as the Head of UN research projects in 5 countries (Philippines, Malaysia, Thailand, Singapore and India) in addition to being Deputy Chief Engineer Beijing Changfeng Industry Corporation and Director of Optimum System Design Division, Beijing Information and Control Institute. Mr. Li has published 3 professional books and numerous articles in China.
Mr. Li graduated from Science and Technology University of China in Beijing in 1965 and was a visiting scholar in University of California at Berkeley from 1981-1984.
Talk Title: The Water-Energy Nexus by Dr. William Kao
Energy and water are among the top ten problems that humanity will face in the 21st century. Without water, people die. Without energy, we cannot grow food, run computers, or power homes, schools or offices. As the world’s population grows in number and affluence, the demands for both resources are increasing faster than ever. There is a dichotomy: Water is needed to generate energy. Energy is needed to deliver water. Both resources are limiting the other. The interconnections between water and energy have been coined the “Water–Energy nexus.” They are symbiotic, interrelated and interdependent, and therefore need and should be addressed together. Water desalination and waste water recycling /reuse are key technologies for assuring water supply. Dr. Kao will be covering current desalination methods such as reverse osmosis, solar thermal desalination, and capacitive deionization. He will also cover waste water processing techniques, and conversion to new tap water in Singapore.
About the Speaker:
Dr. William Kao received his BSEE, MSEE and PhD from the University of Illinois Urbana-Champaign. He has worked in the Semiconductor and Electronic Design Automation industries for 30 years at Texas Instruments, Xerox Corporation, and Cadence Design Systems.
Dr. Kao has authored more than 40 technical papers and holds several software and IC patents. He was an Adjunct Professor at UCLA Electrical Engineering Department where he taught courses in computer aided circuit design. Dr. Kao is a Senior Member of IEEE, and was one of the founding members of IEEE-Circuits and Systems - Silicon Valley Chapter, where he was Chapter Chair in 2005 and 2006.
Dr. Kao currently teaches Renewable Energy and Clean Technology courses at the University of California Silicon Valley Extension, and at the Silicon Valley Technical Institute in San Jose. He is also on the Technical Advisory Board for Sigma Quest on the topics of Energy and Environment, and Quality Control, and is an advisor and consultant for several Clean Tech companies.
Dr. Kao is the founder, and current President of CARES (Chinese American Renewable Energy Society), now The Clean Technology Group of the Chinese Institute of Engineers (CIE) USA-SF, where he is also a Board Member.