Praxair Tongji University collaborate sustainable development

Praxair and Tongji University to collaborate for sustainable development

3:09 PM, 28th July 2011
Praxair and Tongji University to collaborate for sustainable development


SHANGHAI, CHINA: Praxair Inc entered into a long-term environmental research collaboration with the state key lab of pollution control & resource reuse study at Tongji University in Shanghai, China. Praxair will co-operate with Tongji University on the development of environmental technologies at the United Nations Environmental Programme – Tongji Institute of Environment for Sustainable Development in Shanghai. Praxair has also established environmental scholarships to support study and research by Chinese students in several key environmental areas including water treatment.

“We’re pleased to join hands with Tongji University to support their outstanding programme on environmental research. Praxair looks forward to advances in technologies that will benefit environmental protection and sustainable growth of the Chinese economy,” said Ray Roberge, Senior VP and Chief Technology Officer, Praxair.

“It’s our great pleasure to co operate with Praxair on environmental research. As a leading university in the environmental field, Tongji devotes tremendous efforts to the green economy,” said Professor Wu Jiang, VP, Tongji University.

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