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Henan Province plans to build 75 new domestic waste incineration power generation projects
Recently, the reporter learned from the General Office of the Provincial Government that the Provincial Development and Reform Commission issued a public notice on the environmental impact assessment of the “Medium and Long-term Special Plan for Domestic Waste Incineration Power Generation (2018-2030)” (hereinafter referred to as “Planning”). Plan the general information and environmental impact assessment information for public comment.
Objective: To promote the municipal solid waste incineration power generation project, and to realize that domestic garbage is mainly based on landfill and incineration.
With the increase of domestic garbage, how to deal with domestic garbage efficiently is imminent. This time, the term of the Plan is from 2018 to 2030, of which the recent period is from 2018 to 2020, and the medium and long term is from 2020 to 2030.
According to the planning goal, by 2020, counties (cities) with outstanding problems in overload operation of downtown areas and some domestic garbage sanitary landfills in the provinces will basically complete domestic waste incineration power generation projects, and the province's domestic waste incineration capacity will reach 32,000 tons. Above / day, the total installed capacity is about 600,000 kilowatts, and the proportion of domestic waste incineration capacity to the total capacity of harmless treatment is over 40%. By 2030, the province will form a harmless treatment system for domestic garbage mainly based on incineration and power generation. The municipality with conditions will realize zero landfill of primary garbage, and the province's domestic waste incineration capacity will reach 84,000 tons/day. The total installed capacity is about 1.6 million kilowatts, waste burning
The key task is to accelerate the integration of domestic waste classification and urban and rural domestic waste collection and transportation, actively promote the construction of domestic waste incineration power generation projects, and realize the transformation of domestic waste terminal treatment methods from landfill-based to incineration-based diversification. Improve the level of harmlessness, reduction and resource utilization of domestic garbage. The ratio of burning treatment capacity to harmless treatment capacity is about 70%.
Mission: Planning for the construction of 75 domestic waste incineration power generation projects
In terms of improving waste incineration capacity, in accordance with the principle of “provincial leveling, city and county main body”, 75 new municipal solid waste incineration power generation projects will be planned within the province, and the newly added domestic waste incineration capacity will be about 75,000 tons. /day. Among them, 53 projects will be started by 2020, with a total processing capacity of 51,000 tons/day and an installed capacity of about 1 million kilowatts; 22 construction projects are expected to start before 2021-2030, with a total processing capacity of 24,000 tons/day, installed capacity The capacity is about 500,000 kilowatts.
In terms of sound collection and transportation system, by the end of 2020, all provinces under the jurisdiction of the province will carry out mandatory classification of domestic garbage, and plan to add 20,000 tons/day of waste transfer capacity, and more than 90% of the administrative garbage of the administrative village will be collected effectively; In the year, the city and county towns in the province fully implemented the mandatory classification of domestic garbage, and planned to add 35,000 tons/day of garbage transfer capacity, and comprehensively set up urban and rural integrated domestic garbage collection and transportation in “village collection, town transportation, city and county treatment”. mode.
It is reported that in accordance with the requirements of relevant state departments, the Provincial Development and Reform Commission, together with the Provincial Department of Housing and Construction, the Provincial Environmental Protection Department, and the Provincial Department of Land and Resources, compiled the “Middle-Term Special Plan for Domestic Waste Incineration Power Generation (2018-2030)” and launched Environmental Impact Assessment of the Plan. Relevant units and individuals may use the real-name system to make specific comments and suggestions to the organizer of the environmental impact report by telephone, fax, e-mail, letter or visit.