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Hebei will strengthen the prevention and control of soil pollution and put forward the emission reduction target of heavy metal pollutants in key industries

according to the environmental protection department of Hebei Province, this year, Hebei will strengthen the prevention and control of soil pollution, launch the investigation of soil pollution of land used by enterprises in key industries, and propose that the emission of key heavy metal pollutants in key industries in the province will be reduced by more than 5% compared with 2013

according to the 2018 key points of soil pollution prevention and control in Hebei Province, Hebei will strengthen the supervision of the source of soil pollution, focus on the areas with prominent heavy metal pollution in cultivated land and industrial and mining enterprises involved in heavy metal industries this year, carry out the investigation and rectification of pollution sources, and order the enterprises that still fail to meet the standard stably after rectification to stop production and close down according to law. At the same time, solid waste storage sites such as tailings, coal gangue and fly ash, as well as informal waste storage sites, will be comprehensively removed to clarify the annual environmental remediation goals. In addition, we will implement cleaner agricultural production and strengthen the disposal of agricultural waste

it is understood that Hebei will promote the detailed investigation of soil pollution in the province this year, speed up the collection of soil samples from agricultural land and the screening of land pollution risks of enterprises in key industries, and on the other hand, build a detailed investigation database of soil pollution in the province by the end of the year

Hebei proposed that agricultural land would be managed by classification. This year, all major grain and oil producing counties and key counties in the vegetable industry in the province should formulate soil environmental protection plans, give priority to the undiscovered cultivated land into permanent basic farmland, and speed up the implementation of high standard farmland construction. In areas where there are farmland with agricultural products exceeding the standard, formulate safe utilization plans for polluted farmland, and implement safe utilization measures such as agronomic regulation and alternative planting. For heavily polluted cultivated land, the planting structure adjustment or the annual plan of returning farmland to grassland will be carried out, and pilot projects will be carried out to delimit the forbidden production areas of agricultural products

in terms of construction land, Hebei will strengthen the access management of the redevelopment and utilization of contaminated plots and put an end to the development of "toxic land". Hebei requires that when preparing the urban master plan, the land use of the contaminated land should be reasonably determined according to the suspected contaminated land, the list of contaminated land and the results of soil environmental quality assessment. Before the resumption, acquisition, transfer or change of use of these plots, the quality risk insured without soil environment investigation and risk assessment is mainly to ensure the risk assessment of replacement or return of contract user enterprises caused by the quality defects of new materials, and the transfer of land use right or change of use will not be approved without treatment and repair or treatment and repair does not meet the relevant standards

Hainan will make full use of the origin policy of the China ASEAN Free Trade Area. This year, Hebei will carry out soil pollution prevention and control pilot projects in xiong'an new area, Luancheng District of Shijiazhuang City, and Xinji city. These areas will take the lead in preventing the source of soil pollution, protecting the soil environment of cultivated land, controlling the risk of contaminated soil, controlling and repairing soil pollution, and building regulatory capacity, and explore the establishment of a perfect soil pollution prevention and control system

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