Harbin removes 1,191 coal-fired boilers
Updated : 2019-02-18
By ( chinadaily.com.cn )
In order to continue improving its air quality, Harbin, capital city of Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province, will work to upgrade or remove coal-fired boilers, according to information released by Harbin ecological environment bureau, on Feb 15.
Statistics reveal that in 2018, a total of 1,191 coal-fired boilers were removed in the capital, resulting in more days of air quality rated either “good” or “excellent”.
This year, Harbin plans to remove all coal-fired boilers with a heating supply capacity of 10 T/h or less in the downtown area of the city; it also plans to start removing coal-fired boilers with a heating supply capacity of 35 T/h or that cannot reach pollution discharge standards.
The autumn schedule for power grid maintenance in Harbin, Northeast China’s Heilongjiang province concluded on Oct 30.
The High People’s Court of Heilongjiang province officially launched Thunderbolt Action.
About 10 government departments in Daoli district, Harbin, Heilongjiang province, carried out joint enforcement June 1 to remove more than 20 illegal constructions with a total area of over 2000 square meters to advance an expropriation project.
Harbin has seen a dramatic reduction in traffic congestion, according to statistics released by Amap, a Chinese navigation service provider.