The strictest environmental protection law in history will test printing and dyeing enterprises

1t has been several days since the new environmental protection law, known as “the strictest in history”, was passed. The public and the textile industry, especially the printing and dyeing industry, continue to pay more attention to the new law. What impact will the new environmental protection law bring to the printing and dyeing industry? How does the local environmental protection bureau of printing and dyeing gathering place see the new environmental protection law? How do printing and dyeing enterprises respond? 1n this regard, the reporter interviewed the relevant person in charge of the local environmental protection bureau and experts and scholars

industry experts said in an interview: “Article 40 of the fourth chapter of the new environmental protection law on prevention and control of pollution and other public hazards, the state promotes cleaner production and resource recycling. Relevant departments under the State Council and local people’s governments at all levels shall take measures to promote the production and use of clean energy. Enterprises should give priority to the use of clean energy, adopt technologies and equipment with high resource utilization rate and low pollutant emission, as well as technologies for comprehensive utilization of wastes and harmless treatment of pollutants, so as to reduce the generation of pollutants. ” The printing and dyeing industry has been making efforts in this regard. A few years ago, the coal to gas reform was implemented in the whole industry. Now, Shaoxing, Zhejiang and Shishi, Fujian, where printing and dyeing are concentrated, have long issued relevant supporting policies to encourage and require enterprises to change coal to gas. “

“since 2012, Shaoxing has accelerated the” coal to gas “project in the printing and dyeing industry. By the end of November 2013, 109 enterprises in Shaoxing have completed the transformation. Shaoxing City has clear policy support for “coal to gas”. 1n terms of equipment, the amount of subsidy will be determined according to the transformation time. For example, if the transformation is completed by the end of 2012, the subsidy will be 120000 yuan for each finalizing machine; 1f the transformation is completed before the end of June 2013, RMB 80000 will be subsidized for each molding machine; 1f the transformation is completed before the end of 2013, the subsidy for each molding machine is 40000 yuan. 1f the reconstruction is completed after 2014, it will depend on the surplus of funds, but the amount of subsidy will not exceed 40000 yuan. 1n addition, in terms of natural gas prices, there are concessions at present. All enterprises that are included in the “coal to gas” plan of Shaoxing printing and dyeing enterprises, sign the target responsibility letter and complete the transformation task on schedule will enjoy a 20% discount on the price of natural gas before June 30, 2015. ” Shaoxing Environmental Protection Bureau, an insider said

the reporter learned from Quanzhou City, Fujian Province, another important printing and dyeing base in China that in order to improve the overall level of the industry, Quanzhou City set up a special support fund for the transformation and upgrading of the printing and dyeing industry last year, with an annual arrangement of no less than 20 million yuan, tentatively for a period of three years, to support the construction of public facilities in centralized control areas, the construction of public service platforms, and the technological transformation of printing and dyeing enterprises, Promote enterprises to upgrade to modern textile printing and dyeing industry with high added value, high technology, low energy consumption and low pollution< According to Article 44 of the new environmental protection law, the State implements the total emission control system of key pollutants. The total emission control targets for key pollutants shall be issued by the State Council and implemented by the people's governments of provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government. While implementing the national and local standards for pollutant discharge, enterprises and institutions shall abide by the total amount control targets for the discharge of key pollutants that are decomposed and implemented into their own units. According to the analysis of industry experts, the chemical oxygen demand emission of printing and dyeing industry accounts for 7% of the industrial emission, and ammonia nitrogen only accounts for 5%. Although the printing and dyeing industry has been included in the "Twelfth Five Year" emission reduction key control industry. Total emission control of pollutants has been implemented for a long time" Shaoxing not only gathered more than 100 printing and dyeing enterprises to the industrial park for unified management, but also actively carried out on-line monitoring and introduced the credit card discharge mechanism. As early as 2010, Shaoxing City installed flowmeters for 43 printing and dyeing enterprises in the urban area to measure sewage discharge, and installed 1C cards on the flowmeters. The 1C card records the total amount of pollutant discharge index of the enterprise. Once it is close to the over standard line, the electronic valve will send an alarm to the enterprise and the environmental protection department. After the total amount is used up, the monitoring device will automatically close the valve and control the enterprise to discharge sewage. " A person in charge of Shaoxing Environmental Protection Bureau said the adoption of the new environmental protection law has a great impact on small and medium-sized printing and dyeing enterprises, “many things can not be achieved overnight, and it needs to set aside a certain amount of time for enterprises. Enterprises need to change a little bit, including engineering, research, environmental impact assessment, design and fund-raising.” A person in charge of a printing and dyeing enterprise said so “the current laws and regulations are too intensive. The actual dilemma of enterprises is that if enterprises manage according to standards and eliminate environmental risks, they will not make ends meet; 1f the government closes down and rectifies the enterprise, it will affect the local tax revenue, GDP and employment. The reason for these problems is that the environmental price market and the mature or well functioning financial mechanism are far from being formed. ” 1ndustry experts said industry experts said: “the new environmental protection law has the greatest impact on the printing and dyeing industry, which is an insignificant one: enterprises, institutions and other producers and operators illegally discharge pollutants, receive fines and penalties, and are ordered to make corrections. 1f they refuse to make corrections, the administrative organ that has made the punishment decision according to law can make corrections from the next day of the punishment order, 1t shall be punished continuously on a daily basis according to the original amount of punishment. 1f this article is implemented in line with the “discharge standard of water pollutants for textile dyeing and finishing industry” (GB 4287-2012) issued by the Ministry of environmental protection in mid November 2012, it will have a great impact on the printing and dyeing industry. According to the current standard, the whole industry will face a crisis instead of eliminating the backward production capacity. Further, it will also impact the upstream and downstream of the textile industry chain, resulting in rising prices and the maintenance of local finance. 1f it is implemented in strict accordance with the discharge standard of water pollutants for textile dyeing and finishing industry (GB 4287-2012), and combined with the new environmental protection law that “fines are not capped”, many printing and dyeing enterprises can only close down. The result of this is to completely destroy the achievements of decades of reform and opening up in the printing and dyeing industry. Textile industry is China’s core competitive industry and pillar industry, and printing and dyeing is a necessary part. The purpose of the new environmental protection law and new standards is definitely not to “destroy” the industry. Therefore, the cost reflected by the market is difficult to digest and may show “flexibility” in the implementation of the new standards. 1n the future, the relevant local governments should introduce specific support and subsidy policies, which may eventually stimulate industry integration and increase concentration. “ this article is a reprint of 1nternet media, which only represents the author’s point of view and has nothing to do with this website. 1f the information column articles and comments violate your legal rights, please call to let us know and we will deal with them in time

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