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Tougher supervision in key regions to reduce pollution
    2018-06-11  08:53    Shenzhen Daily

CHINA will start a massive environmental overhaul today to ensure the effective curb of air pollution in key regions, said sources with the Ministry of Ecology and Environment on Saturday.

The inspection is expected to last until April 28, 2019, during which approximately 18,000 environmental supervisors will be dispatched to discover environmental protection problems in the Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region and the surrounding areas, the Yangtze River Delta, and the Fenhe and Weihe river plains.

A total of 28 cities will be targeted, including 11 cities in the provinces of Shanxi, Shaanxi and Henan in the plains of Fenhe and Weihe rivers, as well as the Shanghai Municipality, and the provinces of Jiangsu, Zhejiang and Anhui in the Yangtze River Delta.

Although air quality in these areas has kept improving on the whole, pollution remains serious in individual regions, the sources said.

The Beijing-Tianjin-Hebei region is the worst, while in some provinces like Henan and Shandong, the annual share of days with good air quality is less than 60 percent.

On the Fenhe and Weihe river plains, air pollution has worsened in recent years, the sources said.

The supervisors will be professionals selected from local environment protection departments and the ministry to uncover structural problems in industrial development, energy use, transportation and land use that are detrimental to air pollution control.

The inspections will revolve around prominent public complaints, such as emergency responses to cases of heavy pollution, crop straw burning and coal-fired boilers.

(Xinhua)

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