SOURCE: Sancon Resources Recovery Inc

December 17, 2007 09:24 ET

Sancon Opens 5th Recycling Plant Serving 75 Million in Jiangsu Province China

SHANGHAI, CHINA--(Marketwire - December 17, 2007) - Sancon Resources Recovery Inc. (OTCBB: SRRY), a growing environmental services company with operations in China and Australia, announced today its China subsidiary, Sancon Shanghai, celebrates the addition of its new plant in the Chinese city of Nanjing. Nanjing is the capital city of Jiangsu province, which boasts over 75 million in population and ranks third in GDP in all of China, and fourth in large-scale industrial production value in China. Nanjing is also a vital industrial and logistic hub in the Yangtze River Delta economic region, including the province of Jiangsu, Zhejiang, and Shanghai. The Nanjing plant is Sancon's fifth recycling facility deployed in China, providing services to clients' needs in 14 neighboring cities. The facility includes a logistic vehicle fleet and recycling capability catered for post consumer waste management services.

"Sancon has devoted substantial resources in its expansion to seize the growth opportunities in China," comments Mr. Jack Chen, CEO of Sancon. "This new plant will significantly improve our ability to serve the rapidly growing Chinese market. I congratulate Sancon's China management team with their achievements. China's environmental service industry is still at its infancy stage however is highly encouraged by the Chinese government with increasing environmental issues as a result of fast industrial growth manifest in the past 20 years. Sancon strives to progress in parallel to capture these opportunities." Since late 2006, Sancon has shifted its organic growth focus to China. It has since established 5 recycling plants and hired over 100 employees in China.

"Large corporations producing considerable amounts of manufacturing wastes and post consumer products often require nationwide service coverage. They are also facing more and more pressure from the Chinese government to be environmentally responsible. Sancon's service coverage and standards are without comparison in China," Mr. Jack Chen emphasized. In Q3 2007, Sancon secured a multi-million dollar waste management contract in China with a leading international consumer company to process its post consumer wastes nationwide. Sancon was granted a waste management license by the Chinese government in early 2007 and is fully ISO 9001 and ISO14001 certified. Sancon's investments in China are envisaged to keep its business close with market demands.

About Sancon Resources Recovery Inc.

Sancon Resources Recovery Inc. (OTCBB: SRRY) is an environmental service and waste management company that operates recycling facilities in China and Australia. Sancon specializes in the collection and recovery of industrial and commercial solid wastes such as plastic, paper, cardboard, and glass. The recycled materials are purchased by Sancon's manufacturing customers in China to make a wide variety of new products including outdoor furniture, construction materials, building materials, road surface, and various new products. Sancon's China operation is licensed by the Chinese government for waste management services, and is certified with ISO 9001 and ISO14001 standards. For more information please visit:

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