All resources around us count. How efficiently we make use of them impacts our world today, and tomorrow.

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Macau Refuse

Efficient electricity generation reaches Macau: ECOVE works closely with the local government to recover resources for energy.

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Miaoli Energy-

Achieving Efficiency and protecting ecosystems in Miaoli.

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Tainan Science Park Resource Recycling Center

ECOVE provides a comprehensive industrial waste solution for the clients to achieve the goals of both industrial economy and sustainable development of the environment.

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Lumberton Photovoltaic
Power Plant

ECOVE’s photovoltaic power plant generates electricity for the eastern coast of the United States, expanding the global supply of renewable energy.

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ECOVE Environment Corporation is a resource management services provider that assists public and private entities in Taiwan, Macau, Mainland China, Southeast Asia, India and the USA.


We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of EfW plants.

Photovoltaic Power

We help in the financing, planning, construction, operations and maintenance of Photovoltaic Power plants.


We oversee the development, operations and maintenance of resource reclamation and treatment plants.

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ECOVE Miaoli EfW Plant Opens for “2019 Taiwan in My Eyes 120h” activity

ECOVE is known as the most reliable provider of Energy-from-Waste (EfW) services over the past 20 years. On Jan. 22th, it exclusively arranged “2019 Taiwan In My Eyes 120h” group to visit the Miaoli Country Green Dream Plant and acquire knowledge of the treatments and technologies of domestic waste. ECOVE expected that participants could exert what they learned from ECOVE and promote the development of the EfW industry in their home countries.

The Miaoli Country Green Dream Plant, rated as a 5-star national environmental education facility, is actually the Miaoli EfW Plant operated by ECOVE which actively improves resource recycling efficiency and develops ecological education programs by combining with neighboring habitat. In addition, the plant contains environmental theme pavilions with multimedia and creates fictitious figures to offer EfW experiential courses and deliver the concept of the resource cycling.

In order to welcome the guests, ECOVE arranged the participants from 11 universities nationwide and 22 different countries for a tour at Miaoli EfW Plant to introduce Taiwan’s technologies of EFW and pollution prevention, and ECOVE’s environmental education in the neighborhood. In addition, the participants were invited to visit the crane room and central control room to learn more about the actual operation of the plant.

“2019 Taiwan In My Eyes 120h”, a nationwide event in conjunction with the United Nations Sustainable Development Goals (SDGs), jointly organized by CTCI Education Foundation and the Center for Corporate Sustainability, ran for 5 days with a total of 120 hours scheduled to discover Taiwan.

Other than students and schools, ECOVE also welcomes communities to visit the operations in the EfW facilities to learn more about what ECOVE does and the positive impacts that ECOVE brings to the communities. Currently, ECOVE opens EfW plants in Taiwan, and you are welcome to contact ECOVE (http://www.ecove.com/?L=EN&C=0601).

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Latest CSR Activity


ECOVE teamed up for a beach cleanup on the World Oceans Day

In response to the World Oceans Day, ECOVE Keelung EfW Plant called staff for a beach cleanup at the Heping Island Park in the Keelung city. During the two hours, ECOVE, having made commitment to preserve the picturesque coastline of Taiwan, picked up over 100 kilograms of marine litter, including styrofoam, glass bottles, plastic bottles, fishing nets and drift garbage.

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Feature Publication


Creating a Circular Taiwan

Even though Taiwan has gained a global reputation for excellent recycling, attaining the position as the world's second-best recycler,[i] a staggering seven million tons of waste fail to be reintroduced into the supply chain every year. In order to better utilize global resources, Taiwan, along with other environmental leaders, has included principles of the circular economy in its national development model.