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The "Tokuji" effect shows that the soil restoration will meet the "Golden Decade"

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The "Tokuji" effect shows that the soil restoration will meet the "Golden Decade"

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“A lot of energy was spent in previous years, and many jobs were done. But like feeling like doing experiments, many of them are topics, 863 projects and demonstration projects.” Liu Yong said, and no

“A lot of energy was spent in previous years, and many jobs were done. But like feeling like doing experiments, many of them are topics, 863 projects and demonstration projects.” Liu Yong said, and now, the soil remediation industry has entered the “preparatory period”. From 2020 to 2030, we will usher in the “Golden Ten Years” with bright prospects and promising prospects.

Since the release of the "Tokuji Ten" in nearly a year, the soil remediation market has seen significant warming.

On April 18th, the press conference before the 18th China Expo was held in Beijing. Liu Yong, general manager of Shanghai Aojiang Eco-environment Technology Co., Ltd. (hereinafter referred to as “Aojiang Ecology”), told the Huaxia Times reporter. After the introduction of the "Tokuji", it is evident that the development of the soil remediation market has accelerated.

“A lot of energy was spent in previous years, and many jobs were done. But like feeling like doing experiments, many of them are topics, 863 projects and demonstration projects.” Liu Yong said, and now, the soil remediation industry has entered the “preparatory period”. From 2020 to 2030, we will usher in the “Golden Ten Years” with bright prospects and promising prospects.

Ma Hui, secretary-general of the National Chamber of Commerce and Industry Environmental Chamber of Commerce, also stated that one of the development features of the environmental protection industry is the “continuous emergence of new growth points.” With the transformation of environmental governance from extensive to refined, new markets have been created, such as soil. Repair, inspection, VOC governance, etc.

On May 28, 2016, the State Council issued the "Soil Pollution Prevention and Control Action Plan" (also known as the "Tokuji Article" in the industry), which clearly put forward "to promote the development of governance and rehabilitation industries," including: to open up the service monitoring market; improve “Soil environment investigation-analysis and testing-risk assessment-governance and restoration engineering design and construction” mature industrial chain; promote the construction of industrialized demonstration bases in qualified regions; standardize the management of employees and personnel; play “Internet+” in the industrial chain The role of the other.

The person in charge of the Ministry of Environmental Protection stated that by 2020, it is expected that the “Tokuji Ten” can drive the new output value of the environmental protection industry to about 450 billion yuan. In addition, through the elimination of backward production capacity and the implementation of cleaner production measures, the “Tokujo Ten” will also promote economic restructuring and upgrading. It is expected that GDP growth will be about 2.7 trillion yuan, and more than 2 million people will be employed.

“At present, there are more than 150 ecological remediation projects in the Kongjiang Ecological, which basically cover all types of ecological restoration. Except for Tibet, all provinces in China have projects involved.” Liu Yong said, “China's environmental problems are not an overnight It will take 30 years for pollution to be solved and 50 years for repairing pollution."

He said that compared to atmospheric and water pollution treatment, soil pollution control is more difficult and has five characteristics:

First of all, China’s land development, such as smelting, mining, and demolition, was disorderly in the early days, which made subsequent governance difficult. For example, in a demolition site, contaminated soil and unpolluted soil are mixed together. Lightly contaminated soil and heavily polluted soil are also mixed together. As a result, all soils can only be treated as heavily polluted soils.

Second, the degree of pollution is serious. “There have been media reports of cases exceeding 100,000 times the standard, and this figure is true,” said Liu Yong.

Third, the complexity of pollution. There will be hundreds of different types of pollutants in a contaminated site. In order to solve Class A pollutants, it is necessary to use the technique of “moving eastwards”; however, there must be “westward walking” when there are Class B contaminants in the site. The results of the technology are dilemma.

Fourth, there is a large amount of pollutants. "The projects below 100,000 square feet are not counted as projects. Many of them are hundreds of thousands of square meters and millions of square meters, and the ones that have met with the greatest number are hundreds of millions of squares. This is simply astronomical figures, and it will be resolved in the next few decades. Liu Yong said.

Finally, there is a lack of funding. Liu Yong stated that China's pollution problems are numerous and there are not enough funds. It is only possible to give priority to solving the problem that must be resolved. Once it is time to solve the problem, the government and the owner often require the soil remediation company to solve all problems within the shortest time.

“In China, all soil technologies must withstand these five tests. If there is no one to promote, there will be no market for companies,” says Liu Yong.