China's Soil Pollution Control Cannot Delay
Soil pollution, like air pollution and water pollution, poses a threat to ecological security and human health. However, unlike the latter two, soil pollution is an “invisible pollution”.
Soil pollution, unlike smog and water pollution, is of particular concern to the public. It is characterized by slowness and invisibility. It usually takes a long time from pollution to problems. Soils contaminated with certain heavy metals may require hundreds of times. Years can be restored. The hard-to-degrade pollutants accumulated in contaminated soil not only have a direct impact on production and life, but also have a long treatment cycle and high costs.
The management of soil pollution is a long-term and arduous task, but it must be remedied if it is difficult to rectify, and it is imperative. To control soil pollution, the first thing to do is to issue national laws on soil remediation and other related laws and laws on soil remediation as soon as possible so that soil remediation can be justified. At the same time, it should be clear as soon as possible “whoever pollutes” or “who The principle of benefiting governance, rationalizing the management system and reducing pollution at the source.
In addition, we must establish prevention and establishment of related soil pollution prevention and remediation funds, and prepare funds for pollution in production and soil remediation after relocation. In short, only by using the strictest system, the strictest rule of law, and the most stringent law enforcement can we regulate everyone's behavior, and urge the whole society to reject pollution, jointly care for the beautiful China, and jointly pursue the Chinese dream.
At present, the situation of soil pollution in China is grave, and the potential for soil pollution in local and local areas is outstanding. This poses a threat to the safety of agricultural products, and the remediation of soil pollution is imminent. It is imperative to strengthen the legislation, improve standards, and improve technology to effectively promote soil remediation. implement.