More than 30 provinces formulate "Ten Shi" rules. The space for soil remediation is huge.
In recent years, due to the overall mode of economic development in China, the industrial structure and layout are still not reasonable, the total discharge of pollutants is high, and the soil as the ultimate receptor for most pollutants has a significant impact on its environmental quality. In this context, the State Council issued the "Soil Pollution Prevention Action Plan" (hereinafter referred to as "Tokuji"), which has made a comprehensive strategic plan for the prevention and control of soil pollution in China in the coming period.
A researcher at a brokerage research organization told the "Securities Daily" reporter that with the continued landing of "Tokujo", the emerging industry of soil remediation is expected to become another market full of great potential following the treatment of air pollution and water pollution. In fact, many capital and companies have entered the industry to find development opportunities.
According to the "China's soil remediation industry market forward-looking and investment strategic planning analysis report" data show that the soil remediation industry will be the "13th Five-Year" period of development of the largest environmental sub-sectors, the market space of up to 4.6 trillion yuan. Due to the long-term requirements of environmental governance, the soil remediation industry is expected to maintain a high degree of prosperity for a long time, and the market scale will be further expanded in the future.
The "Securities Daily" reporter combed and found that since the release of the "Tokuji", it has now included Beijing, Tianjin, Shanxi, Inner Mongolia, Liaoning, Jilin, Heilongjiang, Shanghai, Jiangsu, Zhejiang, Anhui, Fujian, Jiangxi, Guangdong and Guangxi. 23 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) including Chongqing, Sichuan, Guizhou, Yunnan, Shaanxi, Gansu, Qinghai and Ningxia have issued provincial-level work programs; Shandong, Henan, Hubei and other provinces have passed the provincial government’s review; Hebei, Hunan, Five provinces (districts) including Hainan, Tibet and Xinjiang have submitted their work plans to the provincial government meeting for deliberation.
At the same time, all localities are also actively promoting soil pollution prevention and control, such as promoting the application of soil pollution control and repair technology. It is reported that based on the 14 pilot projects initiated in the first batch of 2015, 17 provinces (autonomous regions and municipalities) including Tianjin, Hebei, Liaoning and Zhejiang combined with the 2016 special fund for prevention of soil pollution, and initiated a total of 142 pilot projects. The second is to carry out the construction of a comprehensive prevention and control area of soil pollution; the third is to promote local legislation. For example, in Fujian Province, the "Soil Pollution Prevention and Control Measures of Fujian Province" was issued in 2015. In Hubei Province, the "Regulations on Soil Pollution Control in Hubei Province" was issued in 2016. Fourth, a special environmental management agency for soil pollution control was set up in the environmental protection department.
In the eyes of people in the industry, as governance and supervision gradually increase, the deterioration of soil pollution in China will gradually ease, and the resulting industrial dividend will gradually be released. While the market demand is gradually expanding, the industry's prospects are increasingly clear.