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Welcome Mr. Zhili Song as WFI Ambassador in China

Waterloo Filtration Institute welcomes Mr. Zhili Song, WFI Ambassador in China, onboard.

Mr. Song, currently the Chief Executive Officer of Shanghai Hongli Purification Science and Technology Co., Ltd, Shanghai, China, boasts an impressive career spanning over two decades in industrial filtration and separation, with a specialization in process water treatment. His dedication to the field is reflected in his active roles within professional organizations. He is a member of the Filtration and Separation Professional Committee of the Chemical Industry and Engineering Society of China (CIESC), the Director of the China Filtration Society (CFS), and a member of the Special Committee for Resource and Environment Construction in the Shanghai Municipal Committee of the Jiusan Society.

Mr. Song's notable contributions extend to the development of the Surface Layer Filtration Theory and Technology. He completed his education at East China University of Science and Technology's Department of Chemical Engineering in 1997. He has three patents and more than 15 publications. Mr. Song received the third prize for technological invention from the China Petroleum and Chemical Industry Federation in 2012 and the China Technology Market Association Golden Bridge Award for Outstanding Project in 2016.

At WFI, our mission is to support the growth of the global filtration industry and advance the sciences and technologies of filtration and separation processes for a clean, healthy, and sustainable world. We are excited and honored to have Mr. Song as WFI Ambassador in China. He will be an invaluable messenger and contributor as we continue to work together to promote advanced filtration and separation technologies for a cleaner, healthier, and more sustainable world.

Mr. Song welcome aboard! Join Mr. Zhili Song with leading global experts at the upcoming WFI 2023 Virtual Annual Conference, December 5-6 (WFI 2023). It will be an international leadership conference to address the critical roles of filtration and separation for healthy living, surrounding environments, and their impacts on future generations. Check the full program here.


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