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The Ministry of environmental protection printed and distributed the provisions on the administration of the list of key pollutant discharge units

document of the general office of the Ministry of environmental protection

hbjm [2017] No. 86

notice on printing and distributing the provisions on the administration of the list of key pollutant discharge units (Trial)

environmental protection departments (bureaus) of all provinces, autonomous regions and municipalities directly under the central government, Environmental Protection Bureau of Xinjiang production and Construction Corps:

in order to implement the environmental protection law of the people's Republic of China, the law of the people's Republic of China on the prevention and control of air pollution and the law of the people's Republic of China on the prevention and control of water pollution, clarify the screening conditions of key pollutant discharge units, and standardize the directory management of key pollutant discharge units, our ministry has formulated the regulations on the directory management of key pollutant discharge units (Trial) (hereinafter referred to as the regulations). It is hereby printed and distributed to you. Please confirm and publish the list of key pollutant discharge units in 2018 in your Administrative Region in accordance with the relevant requirements of the provisions, and submit the list information to our ministry before December 31, 2017

Annex: Regulations on the administration of the list of key pollutant discharge units (Trial)

General Office of the Ministry of environmental protection

November 25, 2017

CC: all departments of the organ, all dispatched agencies, and units directly under the Ministry of environmental protection

the general office of the Ministry of environmental protection issued on November 27, 2017

annex

provisions on the management of the directory of key pollutant discharge units

(Trial)

Chapter general provisions

Article is to strengthen the supervision and management of environmental protection of key pollutant discharge units, These Provisions are formulated in accordance with the environmental protection law of the people's Republic of China, the law of the people's Republic of China on the prevention and control of air pollution, the law of the people's Republic of China on the prevention and control of water pollution, the law of the people's Republic of China on the prevention and control of environmental pollution by solid waste, the action plan for the prevention and control of soil pollution, and the measures for the disclosure of environmental information of enterprises and institutions and other laws and regulations

Article 2 the list of key pollutant discharge units shall be subject to classified management. According to the polluted environmental elements, it is divided into five categories: the directory of key sewage discharge units of water environment, the directory of key sewage discharge units of atmospheric environment, the directory of key supervision units of soil environmental pollution, the directory of key sewage discharge units of acoustic environment, and the directory of other key sewage discharge units. The same enterprise and business unit can belong to different categories of key sewage discharge units at the same time due to different types of sewage discharge. Enterprises and institutions included in the list of key pollutant discharge units shall clarify their categories and major pollutant indicators

Article 3 the competent department of environmental protection of the local people's government at the level of a city divided into districts shall, in accordance with the environmental carrying capacity of its administrative region, the requirements for environmental quality improvement and the screening conditions of this regulation, screen enterprises and institutions with large pollutant emissions, toxic and harmful pollutants and other major environmental risks in consultation with relevant departments every year, and determine the list of key pollutant discharge units in its administrative region for the next year. The competent department of environmental protection of the local people's government at the provincial level is responsible for summarizing the list of key pollutant discharge units in its administrative region

the competent department of environmental protection of the local people's Government shall publish the list of key pollutant discharge units in its administrative region on time in accordance with the provisions of the measures for the disclosure of environmental information of enterprises and institutions

Article 4 the Ministry of environmental protection is responsible for the establishment and operation of the national directory information management system of key pollutant discharge units, and the competent environmental protection departments of the local people's governments at or above the municipal level divided into districts are responsible for the maintenance and management of the directory information of key pollutant discharge units in their respective administrative regions

the directory information of key units includes the name of enterprises and institutions, unified social credit code, emission license code, administrative region, longitude and latitude, directory category, major pollutant indicators and other basic information. Information changes such as directory updates, unit name and address changes should be reflected in the information base in a timely manner. Pollutant discharge units that have been shut down or shut down for a long time will no longer be included in the list of key pollutant discharge units

Chapter II screening conditions

Article 5 enterprises and institutions that meet one of the following conditions shall be included in the list of key pollutant discharge units of water environment

(I) the annual discharge of one or more main pollutants of wastewater is greater than the screening discharge limit set by the municipal environmental protection department divided into districts

the main pollutant indicators of wastewater refer to chemical oxygen demand, ammonia nitrogen, total phosphorus, total nitrogen, mercury, cadmium, arsenic, chromium, lead and other heavy metals. The screening emission limit shall be determined according to the environmental quality status, and the proportion of the total emission shall not be less than 65% of the total industrial emission in the administrative region

(II) all large and medium-sized enterprises that have actual sewage discharge and belong to the key supervision industry of wastewater pollution

key regulated industries of wastewater pollution include: pulp and paper making, coking, nitrogen fertilizer manufacturing, phosphate fertilizer manufacturing, non-ferrous metal smelting, petrochemical industry, chemical raw materials and chemical products manufacturing, chemical fiber manufacturing, textile printing and dyeing with bleaching, dyeing, printing, washing, finishing and other processes, agricultural and sideline food processing, API manufacturing, leather tanning processing, fur tanning processing, feather (velvet) processing, pesticides, electroplating, phosphate mining and beneficiation, Nonferrous metal mining, dairy products manufacturing, condiments and fermented products manufacturing, wine and beverage manufacturing, automobile manufacturing with surface coating process, semiconductor LCD panel manufacturing with surface coating process, etc

all regions can increase the key supervision industries of wastewater pollution according to the local actual situation

(III) units producing wastewater pollutants that have issued pollutant discharge licenses that implement the key management of pollutant discharge licenses

(IV) large scale livestock and poultry farms and breeding communities with sewage discharge outlets

(V) centralized industrial wastewater treatment plants of all sizes, urban domestic sewage treatment plants with a daily treatment capacity of 100000 tons or more or receiving a daily treatment capacity of 20000 tons or more of industrial wastewater. All localities can reduce the scale limit of urban centralized sewage treatment facilities according to the local actual situation

(VI) enterprises that produce highly toxic soluble waste residues containing mercury, cadmium, arsenic, chromium, lead, cyanide, yellow phosphorus, etc

(VII) enterprises and institutions that undertake the task of pollution control in the water pollution prevention and control objectives of local people's governments at or above the municipal level divided into districts

(VIII) enterprises and institutions that have a major or more sudden water environment pollution event within three years or have a significant social impact due to water environment pollution

(IX) enterprises that exceed the water pollutant discharge standards and the total emission control indicators of key water pollutants within three years and are given a yellow card warning by the competent environmental protection department, as well as enterprises that still fail to meet the requirements after rectification and are severely punished by the competent environmental protection department

Article 6 enterprises and institutions that meet one of the following conditions shall be included in the list of key pollutant discharge units of the atmospheric environment

(I) the annual emission of one or more main pollutants of exhaust gas is greater than the screening emission limit set by the municipal environmental protection department divided into districts

the main pollutant indicators of waste gas refer to sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, smoke dust and volatile organic compounds. The screening emission limit shall be determined according to the environmental quality status, and the proportion of the total emission shall not be less than 65% of the total industrial emission of the administrative region

(II) all large and medium-sized enterprises that have actual emissions and belong to the key regulatory industry of exhaust gas pollution

key regulatory industries of waste gas pollution include: thermal power generation, thermal production and cogeneration, cement manufacturing with cement clinker production, steel smelting with sintering, pelletizing and iron making processes, non-ferrous metal smelting, petroleum refining and processing. To change this situation, coking, ceramics, flat glass manufacturing, chemical industry, pharmaceutical industry, coal chemical industry, surface coating, packaging and printing industry, etc

all regions can increase relevant exhaust gas pollution according to the local actual situation. Key regulatory banks also welcome large users who get different impact test results to visit our company

(III) units that have issued pollutant discharge licenses that discharge exhaust pollutants that implement the key management of pollutant discharge licenses

(4) enterprises and institutions that discharge toxic and harmful air pollutants (see the list of toxic and harmful air pollutants issued by the Ministry of environmental protection for details); The operation unit of solid waste centralized incineration facilities

(V) enterprises and institutions that undertake pollution control tasks in the air pollution prevention and control objectives of local people's governments at or above the municipal level divided into districts

(VI) environmental protection warning enterprises, enterprises with poor environmental protection, enterprises and institutions that have major or more sudden atmospheric environmental pollution events within three years, or have caused significant social impact due to atmospheric environmental pollution problems, or have been notified by environmental protection departments at all levels and have not completed rectification

Article 7 enterprises and institutions that meet one of the following conditions shall be included in the list of key supervision units of soil environmental pollution

(I) all large and medium-sized enterprises with actual sewage discharge and belonging to the key supervision industry of soil pollution

the key supervision industries of soil pollution include: non-ferrous metal mining and beneficiation, non-ferrous metal smelting, oil mining, petroleum processing, chemical industry, coking, electroplating, tanning, etc

all regions can increase relevant key supervision industries of soil pollution according to local actual conditions

(II) enterprises and institutions that produce more than 100 tons of hazardous waste per year

(3) enterprises and institutions that hold hazardous waste business licenses and engage in the storage, disposal and utilization of hazardous waste

(IV) enterprises and institutions that operate and maintain domestic waste landfills or incineration plants, including closed landfills

(V) enterprises and institutions that have major or more sudden solid waste, hazardous waste and groundwater environmental pollution events within three years, or have a significant social impact due to soil environmental pollution

Article 8 enterprises and institutions that meet one of the following conditions shall be included in the list of key emission units of acoustic environment

(I) industrial enterprises whose noise emissions exceed the standard in the area where noise sensitive buildings are concentrated

(II) enterprises and institutions listed for supervision due to noise pollution

Article 9 enterprises and institutions that meet one of the following conditions shall be included in the list of other key pollutant discharge units

(I) enterprises and institutions that have the functions of testing, analysis and detection, and whose pollutant emission behaviors such as chemical, pharmaceutical and biological key laboratories at or above the provincial level and hospitals at or above the second level have aroused widespread concern in the society or may have a greater impact on environmentally sensitive areas

(II) enterprises and institutions that have caused significant social impact due to other environmental pollution problems, or have been classified as higher or higher environmental risk level by the risk assessment of environmental emergencies

(III) other situations that need to be included

Chapter III supplementary provisions

Article 10 the Ministry of environmental protection is responsible for the interpretation of these provisions

Article 11 These Regulations shall be implemented from the date of promulgation

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