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Strategies for sustainable development of industrial park in Ulsan, South Korea : From spontaneous evolution to systematic expansion of industrial symbiosis

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  • Strategies for sustainable development of industrial park in Ulsan, South Korea
  • Park, Hung-Suck; Rene, Eldon R.; Choi, Soo-Mi; Chiu, Anthony S.F.
  • Elsevier Science Ltd


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Title Strategies for sustainable development of industrial park in Ulsan, South Korea
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From spontaneous evolution to systematic expansion of industrial symbiosis

Material Type Articles
Author(English)

Park, Hung-Suck; Rene, Eldon R.; Choi, Soo-Mi; Chiu, Anthony S.F.

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[London]:Elsevier Science Ltd

Date 2008-04
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Environmental Management:vol. 87(issue 1)
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Original Format pdf
Subject Industry and Technology < General
Holding Elsevier Science Ltd

Abstract

The Korea National Cleaner Production Center (KNCPC) affiliated to the Korea Institute of Industrial Technology (KITECH) has started a 15 year, 3-phase EIP master plan with the support of Ministry of Commerce, Industry, and Energy (MOCIE). A total of 6 industrial parks, including industrial parks in Ulsan city, known as the industrial capital of South Korea, are planning projects to find the feasibility of shifting existing industrial parks to eco-industrial parks. The basic survey shows that Ulsan industrial complex has been continuously evolving from conventional industrial complexes to eco-industrial parks by spontaneous industrial symbiosis. This paper describes the Korean national policies and the developmental activities of this vision to drive the global trend of innovation for converting the existing industrial parks to eco-industrial parks through inter-industry waste, energy, and material exchange in Ulsan Industrial complexes. In addition, the primary and supportive components of the Ulsan EIP pilot project, which will be implemented for 5 years is elaborated with its schedules and economic benefits.