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2022-09-23
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Jiangxi has formulated and implemented water pollutant emission standards for rare earth mining to fill the gap of national standards

in order to regulate and solve the pollution problems caused by the mining of ionic rare earth mines, the "water pollutant emission standards for ionic rare earth mines" organized and prepared by Jiangxi Provincial Department of environmental protection has been officially released and implemented

chinanews received the above news at the regular press conference in October held by Jiangxi Provincial Department of environmental protection on the 25th. According to reports, the standard fills the gap of national standards related to the emission of pollutants from the rare earth industry, and is of great significance for regulating the mining of ionic rare earth mines in southern China and improving the ability of pollution prevention and control

at the press conference on the same day, Duan Guokun, deputy director of the science and Technology Standards Department of Jiangxi Provincial Environmental Protection Department, said that environmental protection standards are an important part of national environmental protection regulations, which are to improve environmental quality and reduce 5.1zui large static experimental force: 500kN accuracy: 1% from 20% FS; Pollutant discharge and prevention of environmental risks are an important starting point, an important basis for environmental management, supervision and law enforcement, and an important guarantee for maintaining the health of the people. Duanguokun said that in view of the great reserves of Gannan area, the Ministry of public security will no longer implement the new trend limit of organic thermal insulation material research and development in Document No. 65 and its important supporting role in the development of high-tech industries, the State Council has listed ionic rare earth resources as a special mineral for protective mining. Although China formulated the emission standard of rare earth industrial pollutants in 2011, this standard is relatively extensive, the scope of management is wide, and the pertinence is not strong enough. "There are almost no standards for the emission of pollutants from the mining of ionic rare earth mines in Jiangxi Province, and environmental protection supervision is very difficult."

according to the introduction, the emission standard of pollutants from ionic rare earth mining is applicable to the emission management of water pollutants from ionic rare earth mining enterprises using in-situ leaching process, as well as the environmental impact assessment, environmental protection facility design, completion environmental protection acceptance, pollution discharge license management and water pollutant emission management after the production of ionic rare earth mining enterprise construction projects

yangshaojun, director of the science and Technology Standards Department of Jiangxi Provincial Environmental Protection Department, mentioned at the press conference that the standard defined the monitoring location of rare earth mines in the formulation process, and stipulated the environmental management of rare earth mines, which is of great significance for regulating the ionic type in Jiangxi Province to ensure the linear temperature rise and fall speed. The most difficult and critical stage is the emission of pollutants from rare earth mines. At the same time, the standard fills the gap of national standards related to the emission of pollutants from the rare earth industry, and has important guiding value and practical significance for the scientific mining, protective mining and the improvement of pollution prevention and control ability of heavy ion rare earth mines in southern China, which are also the most rare rare rare earth minerals in the world

Ganzhou, Jiangxi Province is the discovery place of ionic rare earth in the South and the invention place of mining technology of ionic rare earth in the south. It is known as the "Kingdom of rare earth"

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