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Xuzhou to implement air pollution regulations in May

Industry News 04:59:44PM Apr 22, 2019 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Apr 22 (SMM) – Xuzhou city of Jiangsu province approved regulations for air pollution prevention and control and will implement them on May 1, the Department of Ecology and Environment of Jiangsu said on its website on April 12. 

The rules cover staggered production schedules for the city's heavy polluting industries in autumn and winter. Responsibilities of air pollution control will be delegated to a dozen local departments such as the Development and Reform Commission, Department of Industry and Information Technology, and Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.

The staggered production schedules target industries with high-energy consumption and large pollutant emissions, such as steel, construction materials, coking, foundry, nonferrous metals, and chemical industries.

Xuzhou to implement air pollution regulations in May

Industry News 04:59:44PM Apr 22, 2019 Source:SMM

SHANGHAI, Apr 22 (SMM) – Xuzhou city of Jiangsu province approved regulations for air pollution prevention and control and will implement them on May 1, the Department of Ecology and Environment of Jiangsu said on its website on April 12. 

The rules cover staggered production schedules for the city's heavy polluting industries in autumn and winter. Responsibilities of air pollution control will be delegated to a dozen local departments such as the Development and Reform Commission, Department of Industry and Information Technology, and Department of Housing and Urban-Rural Development.

The staggered production schedules target industries with high-energy consumption and large pollutant emissions, such as steel, construction materials, coking, foundry, nonferrous metals, and chemical industries.