groundwater pollution control targets to be included in the central environmental protection inspection; establish the legal system and monitoring system by 2025; by 2035, to achieve the overall improvement of groundwater quality and the rehabilitation of the ecosystem
The issuance of the pollutant discharge permits for wastewater treatment plants should be completely finished by the end of October 2019
achieve emission reduction targets promote adjustment and upgrading of the industry structure facilitate energy mix adjustment
ten cities will be selected as pilots, with a comprehensive consideration of region, development level and local industry establish a national consistent statistical system for solid waste Promote green mining (key sectors: coal, nonferrous metal, gold, metallurgy, chemicals, non-metallic mining), green supply chain and solid waste recycling (key sectors: battery, electronics, automobile)
promote green designs in new data centres such as natural cooling, waste heat recycling and sustainable energy; improve green operation in data centres, facilitate the obsolescence of high energy-consuming equipment, promote recycling of waste electronic products; encourage third-party institutions to provide consulting and green assessment & auditing services to data centres.
reform on agricultural water price; gradually improve price mechanism for urban water supply, residential water price to cover the cost, non-residential water price to reasonable profit; increase the differences between special water use and non-residential water use; higher price for excessive water use; set a competitive price for reclaimed water to promote its utilisation
delimitation of ecological red lines Industrial & agricultural pollution control Improve investment and compensation schemes