Chinese Water is not healthy


With Chinese, its chamber, cafes, bright shopping mall and organic health food shops, China’s citizen enables improving the quality of middle-class quality standards. Although in recent years the city’s smuggling curtain has taken a little bit, its water pollution crisis continues. 85% of water in the major rivers of the city was incredible, officially standardized, and 56.4 percent was unavailable for any purpose.

These results come from our new water quality report, which has high levels of water pollution in other major cities of China. In Beijing, 39.9 percent of the water was so polluted that it was mainly working. In Tianjin, the mainland port of North China and the house of 15 million people is only 4.9% of water utilized as the same water source.

One reason for this is that local governments have often failed to fail to eliminate industries. In 2011, reports emerged that the lolang chemical industry in Greece province had destroyed 5,000 tonnes of chemical waste after the river used by drinking water. According to local residents, more than 140,000 tonnes of waste has been collected more than 22 years. One year later, Quiz’s convoy District Court found guilty of eliminating 7 people including lolang chemical industry employees and contractors illegally chromed flour waste. However, the local government did not take any action to eradicate the chemical waste of the company, and there was no monitoring system to track the movement of dangerous materials.

The quality of the country is sufficient to cure wheat. In recent years, despite some reforms, dirty water, which is used in the home, in business, or as a part of industrial process and now dangerous materials, is a major pollution in urban centers especially in urban centers. . In 2015, a 3.78 billion cube meter non-waste loss lamp was removed in China, with only 1.98 meters cubic meters in Beijing alone. It is a water that has a unique rule for agriculture, industrial and decorative purposes, which is inserted in rivers and lakes.

It is not about China’s environmental environment that will continue to try to solve water pollution. In 2015, the Ministry directed the provinces to set up every five years to meet the objectives of the water. For Shanghai, it means “there is no surface water”, which can not work at least 2020.

The problem is in many cases that the provinces have failed to act only. After analyzing 145 water quality data sets from 31 provinces, we found that almost half the country rejected its goals during 2011-15. In three provinces – Shanxi, Sichuan and Inner Mongolia – the water has also fallen, respectively “is suitable for human contact” falling by 1.4%, 6.3% and 13.6%.

Throughout China, reaching drinking water is not just a problem of life, it’s about survival. According to the local authorities, deep coke has been reported to reach drinking water, which has become difficult to come because 80% of the large river bases are groundwater “unfavorable for human contact”.

There are clear parallel differences between the efforts of China’s water pollution and its efforts to solve the process of erosion by corruption. Since 2011, when the smog’s particularly thick cloud settled northern China for days and promoted public spending on the Internet, awareness about air pollution was deteriorated. This focus came from the government’s government process, which included industrial expenditure inspection and introduction of over 2,000 air surveillance stations.

The same monitoring is needed now to solve water pollution. First of all, water pollution data can be publicly available so that local governments can be kept in account. China’s Environmental Ministry announced that 2017’s water-quality rating will be released only ten and 10 of the worst performing cities. Data from all the cities should be made public.

Second, it is imperative that governments at the provincial level set the goals of water quality and 100% of these governments should fulfill their goals. If they do not, it should be a black mark to promote the authorities. Third, local governments should be given more resources to monitor water pollution, including additional inspector staff and better technology. Companies who violate dumping laws should be subject to legal judges – such as genes – which are actually enforced.

As Chinese citizens demand for high quality life, there is a national focus on environmental efforts. The public awareness of the pollution as happened due to major changes in the government’s policy, public demand for clean water could be enough to increase the extraordinary process for a long time.