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By Charlotte Li and Adam Aston
In the span of one generation, China has achieved unprecedented industrial growth and become the factory of the world. But this has come at a terrible price in terms of pollution, public health, and waste. In response, businesses operating in China are recognizing they can profit by going green. The BusinessWeek Greener China Business Awards recognize the achievements of 10 companies, all of them leaders in adopting and promoting environmentally responsible processes. They were selected by a panel of expert judges and by BusinessWeek reporters from a pool of more than 60 candidates. Some of the award winners earned high marks for cleaning up their own pollution and cutting resource use. Others are on the list because they make and sell state-of-the-art green technologies in China, or because they outshine their competitors by encouraging environmental improvements among their suppliers and customers. Here, in alphabetical order, are scenes from the 10 award winners: