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    Beijing will eliminate 155 industries including coatings by 2017

    • Last Update: 2021-11-30
    • Source: Internet
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    Global Coatings Network News:

    Global Coatings Network News:

    Recently, the "Beijing Industrial Pollution Industries, Production Process Adjustment Exit and Equipment Elimination Catalog (2014 Edition)" was promulgated, and the 155 industries, production processes and equipment listed in the "Catalogue" will all be eliminated and exited before the end of 2017.
    In addition, the Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology revealed that Beijing has shut down 375 industrial polluting enterprises this year.

    According to the relevant person in charge of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology, the "Catalogue" has a total of 155 items, covering 11 categories such as iron and steel, building materials, chemicals, textiles, and furniture.
    Among them, 105 items are industries and production processes, and 50 items are backward equipment.
    The "Catalog" clarifies that the key polluting industries will implement the entire industry exit, including casting, forging, electroplating, metal smelting, flat glass, asphalt waterproof coils, lime, bricks and tiles, building ceramics, soil and sand mining, color coated panels, man-made panels, etc.
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    The "Catalogue" covers the production of solvent-based inks containing benzene, modified starch coatings, antifouling coatings containing organic tin, coatings containing tributyltin and red lead, coatings containing DDT, and triple shrinkage of isocyanuric acid.
    The production of glyceride (TGIC) powder coatings, the production of toy coatings that do not meet the "Limit of Hazardous Substances in Toy Coatings", the production of automotive coatings that do not meet the "Limits of Hazardous Substances in Automotive Coatings", and the production of automotive coatings that do not meet the "Indoor Decoration Materials The "Limit of Hazardous Substances in Wall Coatings" (GB18582) standard for the production of interior wall coatings puts forward the "immediate withdrawal" requirement.
    The production of organic solvent-based coatings is required to withdraw before the end of 2016, and the production of coating raw materials such as titanium dioxide is also included.

    The relevant person in charge of the Beijing Municipal Commission of Economy and Information Technology stated that the "Catalogue" puts forward the withdrawal period for the listed industries, production processes and equipment.
    The industries, production processes and equipment listed in the "Catalogue" will all be phased out and withdrawn before the end of 2017.

    For the projects listed in the Catalog, the relevant departments will not approve and approve new investment projects, new land use, and production permits.
    For the enterprises involved in the "Catalogue", relevant departments will strictly enforce law enforcement supervision on environment, safety, land, planning, and energy conservation.
    Enterprises that implement adjustments and withdrawals as required will be rewarded if they comply with Beijing's "Administrative Measures for the Adjustment and Withdrawal of Incentive Funds for Industrial Polluting Enterprises".
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