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China's environmental protection monitoring equipment has invested more than 10 billion yuan, and there is still a lot of water in the data. China News Agency, Wuxi, April 22 - Zhang, Vice Minister of the Ministry of environmental protection of the people's Republic of China, is an advanced material testing machine. At the DSM's on-the-spot meeting on environmental law enforcement, held in Wuxi on the 22nd, the force commented that the total amount of equipment monitored by provinces and cities across the country has exceeded 10billion yuan, However, the environmental protection law enforcement is not ideal. In fact, these advanced ASI genuine gold plates are difficult to achieve real fire protection. There is a lot of moisture in the data obtained from class a equipment

Zhang Lijun believes that China's environmental protection law enforcement system is completely in an inverted pyramid structure. Law enforcement agencies at and below the county level are insufficient in capacity. It is the consistent style of grass-roots environmental protection departments to "know before you know" about pollution incidents, and to have pollution and then enforce the law. This has resulted in the lack of domestic environmental monitoring and early warning, and frequent "afterthought" phenomena

it is understood that the Ministry of environmental protection received 171 environmental complaints last year, the highest record since 2004. Pollution incidents such as arsenic pollution in Dasha River in Henan Province and excessive blood lead in Chenzhou, Hunan Province were all caused by poor environmental law enforcement at the grass-roots level. Experts at the meeting pointed out that the environmental debt owed by China's industrial development over the past 30 years is gradually emerging, and China has entered the peak period of environmental protection emergencies

Zhang Lijun said that the Ministry of environmental protection recently conducted random spot checks on 1000 sewage treatment plants and 400 paper-making enterprises in China, and found that ammonia and nitrogen in many sewage plants exceeded the standard, and nearly 46% of the paper-making enterprises had hidden dangers of pollution to varying degrees, an amazing number. "We found in a sewage treatment plant that the water quality detection on the sampling equipment was seriously inconsistent with the facts. The means of sneaking through the old warehouse were about 20 years behind the technical level of foreign advanced countries, and even some polluters who were included in the pipe stole the sewage to avoid monitoring by other means." Zhang Lijun believes that the phenomenon that grass-roots law enforcement agencies rely too much on monitoring equipment and even falsify data also exists

Zhang Lijun said that at present, all parts of China have pushed environmental protection to an unprecedented height. In 2009, against the background of the global financial crisis, China made remarkable achievements in energy conservation and emission reduction. The major pollutants such as cod and SO2 have decreased significantly compared with 2005. He also stressed that most of the domestic economic structures in the early stage of transformation have not been fundamentally reversed. With the accelerated recovery of the domestic economy, the emission reduction situation has become tighter, It is roughly estimated that the total SO2 emission and energy consumption per 10000 yuan of GDP in the first quarter showed an upward trend over the same period last year

it is revealed that the Ministry of environmental protection of the people's Republic of China plans to use satellites to enhance regional pollution monitoring, bring key provincial pollution sources into the "national vision", and explore new ways of environmental monitoring system and regional law enforcement

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