At 645 oblique soil road, after scanning the code to check out, the uncle of Huajia took out the non -woven bag in a light car, and the whole process was completed in one go. Single, residents bid farewell to the “siege” of construction waste.
In the process of urban development, how to properly handle garbage is an insignificant topic. With more than 24 million permanent population in Shanghai, the reduction, resource, and harmlessization of solid waste have always affected people.
In September last year, the newly revised “A Law of the Environmental Control of Solid Waste Pollution of the People’s Republic of China” (referred to as the “Solid Waste Law”) was implemented. Shanghai further improves the standing and places the prevention and control of solid waste pollution in the overall layout of the construction of ecological civilization.
From the change of the habit of a group of people, the active participation of market forces, to the changes in the governance of the city, green life and green production have always been the longing and pursuit of Shanghai. With the goal of “non -waste”, the city moved steadily.
After the “paper straw” is argued, the degradable straws become the first choice for many people
When the plastic limitation order encounters the “Follow Waste Law”, more people realize that “prohibiting plastic” is not a slogan, but a realist.
A few months ago, the “Taichi Bread” on Pu Lian Road, Minhang District received a 10,000 yuan ticket because “free offered plastic straws provided free of charge.” This is the city’s first case after the Shanghai Market Supervision Department undertakes the administrative punishment of the new “Solid Waste Law” in the business sector.
Compared with merchants, the implementation of plastic restrictions on the consumer side is relatively smooth. The affordable Shanghai aunt uncle was used to bringing self -woven bags early. During the field survey, some representatives of the National People’s Congress commented: “This is the ‘refinement’ penetrated into the urban civilization.”
However, in some specific scenarios, plastic restrictions still face many challenges. With the rise of the takeaway platform, a large number of delivery packaging is accompanied. A controversy around the “paper straws” detonated social networks. Supporters said that this is a more environmentally friendly lifestyle; the opponents vomit, and the paper straws “soft for a while.”
What is comfortable is that the city can always find the most proper treatment plan. Ms. Zhan, who worked in Nanjing West Road Business District, is a “milk tea control”. Recently, she opened the takeaway APP and found that many drink shops can choose the type of straw. Among them The first choice.
From the perspective of some legal experts, the plastic restriction order is an advocacy policy, and the closest legal basis is the newly revised “Solid Waste Law”. In order to improve the accuracy of law enforcement, more relevant rules or judicial interpretations will still be introduced in the future.
The use of “point -to -point” waste acids, “feding” industry development
Does the goal of “non -waste city” construction mean that there is no solid waste? Obviously this is unrealistic, the key is “resource use”.
Every family has a frame, but it is little known that the plastic wood made of the photo frame is generated by waste reuse.
Shanghai life solid waste containers transfer to the Xupu base, and these photo frames are inextricably linked. According to Wang Lixing, the relevant person in charge of the resource utilization branch of Shanghai City Investment Environment (Group) Co., Ltd., the base has added recyclable intelligent sorting lines and warehousing centers. In the base, a clearance vehicle unloaded the garbage to the vertical “funnel” in the unloading area. As the heavy hammer exerted force next time, the garbage was pressed into the box. According to statistics, there are 10 tons of mixed plastic bottles, 50 tons of waste paper, and 1.5 tons of foam daily. The renewable resource products in the final output include plastic wood.
Re -use new measures with higher technical gold content will not only help the circular economy, but also “feed” the development of the industry. Integrated circuit, one of the three major pilot industries created by Shanghai. With the expansion of the industrial scale, more and more waste acids produced during the production process of integrated circuits are increasing.
In this regard, Shanghai took the lead in exploring the “point -to -point” resource utilization of waste acids. Eight integrated circuit companies participating in the pilot are all used to replace concentrated sulfuric acid for titanium pink production. Since the pilot, a total of nearly 27,200 tons of waste acid was used, saving about 1.67 tons of concentrated sulfuric acid.
This is not only a “ecological account”, but also a real “economic account”. Experts estimated that according to the Shanghai dangerous waste operation license unit, the minimum of 1,400 yuan per ton of the waste sulfuric acid treatment fee was calculated, and this item alone saved nearly 38.08 million yuan for enterprises.
The “smart factory” of the old port allows garbage into clean energy and building materials
Enterprises are constantly seeking new and changing, and the core of urban governance is also reshaping. Through the continuous implementation of new technologies and methods, Shanghai is getting closer and closer to the goal of “non -waste cities”.
The coast of the East China Sea, nearly 70 kilometers away from the city center, is the world’s largest solid waste comprehensive disposal base, the old port ecological and environmental protection base, which is dominated by domestic garbage. In the urban solid waste treatment, it assumes the responsibility of “supporting the bottom”, which is also the “final destination” of about 50%of the city’s domestic garbage. Burning, composting, landfill … Domestic waste disposal methods are nothing more than these. Compared with the latter two, incineration undoubtedly improves resource utilization.
Step into the second phase of the center of the old port renewable energy utilization center, the large central control room, the data is automatically collected, analyzed, and feedback. The technicians sit in front of the big screen to control the equipment operation. In this “smart factory”, thousands of tons of garbage daily turns clean energy in the flames, and scums are transformed into building materials.
In addition to domestic garbage, medical waste has always been regarded as difficulties in urban management. The newly revised “Solid Waste Law” has added important terms, including management in accordance with the national hazardous waste list, and centralized disposal. In practice, although many large medical institutions have established a set of disposal systems. However, many small medical institutions still face the “last mile” problem -because there are only a few kilograms of medical waste daily, it can be transported once every two or three days, and some need longer.
There are many small medical institutions in the streets of Huangpu District. Because many roads are relatively narrow, it is difficult to enter large transit cars. In 2019, the district explored the establishment of a new and transportation model of “short -term transfer and fixed -point transfer”. Every morning, several small -scale transport electric vehicles follow the fixed route, and the medical waste generated by small medical institutions. In the end, they will go straight to the two hospitals, the West Hospital of Renji Hospital and Huangpu Branch of the Ninth People’s Hospital. They are “transit” for small medical institutions. Here, the turnover box will be delivered to large transit vehicles to ensure that the entire process of medical waste will be “not landing.”
This new model has been promoted to the city. The Municipal Ecological and Environment Bureau stated that it is expected that by the end of this year, the “last mile” of all small medical institutions in Shanghai is expected to be opened to achieve “permanent transportation every 48 hours”.
Author: Wang Jiayi
Edit: Shi Wei
Source: Visual China