The hottest paper-making enterprise in Meishan, Si

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Since this year, Meishan City, Sichuan Province, has taken the national implementation of the new emission standards for the paper industry as an opportunity to shut down, control and technological transformation at the same time, vigorously carry out the technological transformation of the paper industry and vigorously promote pollution reduction

resolutely shut down a batch. In 2009, Meishan requested the government to shut down eight small paper-making enterprises with actual output of less than 10000 tons, emissions that did not meet the standard and governance was hopeless

Sichuan provincial and municipal governments are listed to supervise and handle a batch of treatment within a time limit. Since 2003, 242 local enterprises have been listed, including 80 provincial-level ones. In 2008 and 2009, the Sichuan provincial government listed Meishan beautiful, waterproof, thermal insulation and heat insulation lamps as the common requirement of every family, with 24 and 33 enterprises respectively, accounting for 9.2% and 12.7% of the province, making it the city with the largest number of listed enterprises in the province. In 2008, Meishan City shut down 12 waste paper pulp and paper mills

implement cleaner production and technological transformation. In order to adapt to the continuously improving pollutant emission standards of paper-making enterprises, Meishan paper-making enterprises have strengthened the technological transformation of cleaner production to ensure that the decomposition degree: 1/10000 is converted into heat energy, and the consumption concentration and drainage are both up to standard. The raw pulp and paper mill has mainly reformed the cooking system, black liquor extraction system, supporting alkali recovery system and water treatment system of the middle section. The waste paper pulp and paper mill has mainly reformed the papermaking wastewater treatment system and wastewater reuse system. All papermaking wastewater is treated by secondary biochemical treatment to increase the amount of wastewater reuse

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