The representative of HJI Group Corporation participated the CBP3 (Community Based Public Private Partnership) Sustainable Stormwater Infrastructure Summit in Philadelphia on December 7, 2015. The event was sponsored by The National Council for Public-Private Partnerships and US Environmental Protection Agency. In US, the communities across the country have difficulties addressing their stormwater infrastructure needs for resolving growing water quality and quantity challenges due to more strict regulatory requirements and shrinking budgets. The community based Public Private Partnership (CBP3) approach is a strong partnership between a local government and a private entity that leverages greater implementation capacity and flexibility, utilizes the latest advances in affordable, high-performance technologies, facilitates market tools, like credits and trading, addresses dynamic community development trends and goals, and instills long-term financial and regulatory commitments for integrating multi-functional Green Infrastructure (GI) into stormwater management programs. The model develops a strong, long-term partnership between a municipality or local government and a private entity, sharing the risk, lowering the overall costs and incentivizing greater efficiencies, productivity and accountability by reinvesting cost savings and revenues into greater community improvement projects and local economic development. The newest development and information in PPP in stormwater management will help HJI Group to expand its PPP operation in Asia and China.

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