Shuanggang, Tianjin

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Shuanggang

双港镇
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Shuanggang
Location in Tianjin
Coordinates: 39°02′34″N117°19′07″E / 39.04278°N 117.31861°E / 39.04278; 117.31861 Coordinates: 39°02′34″N117°19′07″E / 39.04278°N 117.31861°E / 39.04278; 117.31861
CountryPeople's Republic of China
Municipality Tianjin
District Jinnan
Village-level divisions2 residential communities
16 villages
Elevation
4 m (13 ft)
Time zone UTC+8 (China Standard)
Postal code
300354
Area code(s) 0022

Shuanggang (simplified Chinese :双港; traditional Chinese :雙港; pinyin :Shuānggǎng) is a town in Jinnan District [1] in the southeastern suburbs of Tianjin, People's Republic of China. As of 2011, it has 2 residential communities (社区) and 16 villages under its administration. [2]

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The Tianjin TEDA Company started operating its first waste-incineration power plant on 16 December 2004. As of 2008, the power plant has treated 400,000 tons of waste, and delivered 108 million kWh to the electricity grid. It can produce up to 24MW of electricity and processes 1,200 tons of waste daily (which amounts to approximately a quarter of the waste produced by Tianjin). Xia Qi et al, however, identify the waste-incineration power plant as a failed public-private partnership due to the poor reliability of the government partner. [3] [4] [5] [6] [7]

Shuanggang does not have much arable land because of problems with soil texture and soil salinity. [8]

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