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A review of the national eco-industrial park development program in Korea : Progress and achievements in the first phase, 2005–2010

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  • A review of the national eco-industrial park development program in Korea
  • Park, Hung-suck, Park, Jun Mo; Park, Joo Young
  • Elsevier


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Title A review of the national eco-industrial park development program in Korea
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Progress and achievements in the first phase, 2005–2010

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Park, Hung-suck, Park, Jun Mo; Park, Joo Young

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[Amsterdam, Netherlands] : Elsevier

Date 2015-08
Journal Title; Vol./Issue Journal of Cleaner Production:vol. 30
Pages 13
Subject Country South Korea(Asia and Pacific)
Language English
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Subject Industry and Technology < Others
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Abstract

This paper provides a comprehensive review of the first phase of the Korean National Eco-Industrial Park (EIP) Development Program from 2005 to 2010. The main objectives of this review are to introduce how Korea established its own approach to nationwide eco-industrial development and to examine the program's successes and limiting factors to draw lessons about how industrial symbiosis can be developed successfully elsewhere. The Korean EIP program emerged from a context of 50 years of industrial development to transform traditional industrial structures into EIPs using cleaner production at the industrial park level. During the first five years, regional EIP centers established at five pilot sites developed and implemented 47 resource-sharing projects, which generated considerable economic and environmental benefits. This was possible due to an institutional system that effectively combined topdown and bottom-up approaches and to the mediating role of regional EIP centers, which bring together local stakeholders from businesses, governments, and research organizations. (The rest omitted)