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NETT21 is an abbreviation for the Database on "New Environmental Technology Transfer in the 21st Century", nickname of GEC Environmental Technology Database. It shows GEC's resolution to promote environmental technology transfer in the 21st century.
Name of Database Outline of Contents # of Items Year Opened
Air Pollution Control Technology in Japan
  • Japanese environmental technologies relatively easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected, evaluated and compiled by "The Committee for Studying Transfer of Environmental Technology" which has been organized in GEC.
133 Nov. 1996
Waste Management Technology in Japan
  • Japanese environmental technologies relatively easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected and evaluated by "Expert Review Committee " which has been organized in GEC.
41 Jun. 2006 (Ver.2)
Nov. 1996 (Ver.1)
Water Pollution Control Technology in Japan
  • Japanese environmental technologies relatively easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected and evaluated by "Expert Review Committee " which has been organized in GEC.
76 Jun. 2005 (Ver.2)
Aug. 1997 (Ver.1)
On-Site Green Technique (OGT) in Japan
  • Basic environmenmtal preservation techniques and ideas generated from ingenuity and improvement on-site.
  • Does not require sophisticated technology and expensive equipment.
83 Jul. 1996
Air Pollution Continuous Monitoring Technology in Japan
  • Environmental monitoring technologies of Japan easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected, evaluated and compiled by "The Committee for Studing Transfer of Environmental Monitoring Technology"
  • 82 examples of the automatic monitoring devices in Chapter 5
83 Apr. 1999
Water Pollution Continuous Monitoring Technology in Japan
  • Environmental monitoring technologies of Japan easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected, evaluated and compiled by "The Committee for Studing Transfer of Environmental Monitoring Technology"
  • 53 examples of the automatic monitoring devices in Chapter 5
53 Feb. 2000
Cleaner Production Technology in Japan
  • Cleaner Production Technologies of Japan easy to introduce to developing countries.
  • Collected, evaluated and compiled by "The Committee for Promotion of Cleaner Production Technology"
235

Jul. 2008 (Ver.2)
Arp. 2000 (Ver.1)

Waste Recycling Technologies and Recycling Promotion Initiatives in Eco-towns in Japan
  • Waste Recycling technologies adopted in eco-towns in Japan
  • Initiatives of private sector and local governments for promoting waste recycling in Japan
  • Laws and support systems for promoting waste recycling in Japan
38 Dec. 2011
Technologies for Resource/Energy Recovery from Sewage Sludge
  • Technologies for recovering resource/energy from sewage sludge, developed and evaluated under the "Lead to Outstanding Technology for Utilization of Sludge Project (LOTUS Project)" implemented by the Ministry of Land, Infrastructure and Transport of Japan from 2005 to 2008.
7 Jun. 2011
Energy-Saving Technology at Business-Related Buildings
  • Japanese energy-saving technologies at buildings for business use easy to introduce to developing countries
  • Collected, evaluated and compiled by "The Research Committee for energy-saving technology in business-related buildings"
69 Sep. 2003 (Ver.2)
Jun. 2001 (Ver.1)
Soil and Groundwater Contamination Survey and Countermeasure Technologies
  • Technologies regarding survey and countermeasure for soil and groundwater contamination due to chemical substance
  • Technology information included in Survey and Countermeasure Guidelines for Soil and Groundwater Contamination, which was announced in Jan 1999 by the Environment Agency (currently called as the Ministry of the Environment)
37 Jul. 2002
Japanese Advanced Environmental Equipment
  • Japanese environmental equipments with advanced technology.
  • The equipments are Collected by JSIM from a large number of environmental manufacturers in Japan.
620 Jul. 2002 (Ver. 3)
Jun. 1997 (Ver. 2)
Jul. 1996 (Ver. 1)

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