SEN visits waste-to-energy facility in Denmark
The Secretary for the Environment, Mr Wong Kam-sing (fifth right), meets with the Technical and Environmental Mayor of Copenhagen, Mr Morten Kabell (fourth left), on his visit to Copenhagen, Denmark on March 6 (Copenhagen time).
Mr Wong (left) meets with the Minister of the Environment for Denmark, Mrs Kirsten Brosbøl, for discussions on waste management policies and infrastructure.
Mr Wong (right) is briefed on the Amager Bakke Waste-to-Energy Plant project to learn more about its innovative architectural design.
Mr Wong addresses a luncheon meeting jointly organised by the Denmark-Hong Kong Trade Association, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London and Hong Kong Trade Development Council.
Mr Wong (front row, fourth left) at a luncheon meeting jointly organised by the Denmark-Hong Kong Trade Association, Hong Kong Economic and Trade Office in London and Hong Kong Trade Development Council. On his right is China's Ambassador to Denmark, Mr Liu Biwei.
Mr Wong (centre right) exchanges views on environmental issues with a group of Hong Kong students studying in Denmark.
Mr Wong (back row, seventh right) tours the newly commissioned Roskilde Waste-to-Energy Plant to see how its special architectural design blends with the urban context of the surrounding area.