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City Name Date Pollution Index Prominent Pollutant Grade
Beijing 2006-03-30 92 PM10 2
Tianjin 2006-03-30 80 PM10 2
Shijiazhuang 2006-03-30 73 PM10 2
Qinhuangdao 2006-03-30 94 PM10 2
Taiyuan 2006-03-30 95 PM10 2
Datong 2006-03-30 97 SO2 2
Yangquan 2006-03-30 97 PM10 2
Changzhi 2006-03-30 82 PM10 2
Hohhot 2006-03-30 63 PM10 2
Chifeng 2006-03-30 101 SO2 3A
Shenyang 2006-03-30 71 PM10 2
Dalian 2006-03-30 82 PM10 2
Anshan 2006-03-30 103 PM10 3A
Fushun 2006-03-30 70 PM10 2
Changchun 2006-03-30 66 PM10 2
Harbin 2006-03-30 61 PM10 2
Qiqiha'er 2006-03-30 62 PM10 2
Mudanjiang 2006-03-30 30 -- 1
Shanghai 2006-03-30 141 PM10 3A
Nanjing 2006-03-30 140 PM10 3A
Suzhou 2006-03-30 159 PM10 3B
Nantong 2006-03-30 140 PM10 3A
Lianyun'gang 2006-03-30 107 PM10 3A
Yangzhou 2006-03-30 128 PM10 3A
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Guangdong area on Mar 30 2--6

城市  API 首要污染物 级别 状况
广州Guangzhou 99 二氧化氮  Ⅱ 良
韶关 88 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
深圳Shenzhen87 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
珠海Zhuhai 58 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
汕头 79 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
佛山 80 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
江门 69 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
湛江 59 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
茂名 74 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
肇庆 76 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
惠州 58 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
梅州 71 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
河源 33 --  Ⅰ 优
阳江 44 --  Ⅰ 优
清远 70 可吸入颗粒物  Ⅱ 良
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Reply #7 amyamy's post

CAN, You can buy fresh can oxygen plus a thick facial mask to breath
What's on your mind now........ooooooooooooooo la la....Kind Regards

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I know the power plants in South China are applying Flue Gas Desulphurisation (FGD) system to cope with the problem. But it has a long way to go.
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Post time 2006-3-30 16:14:04 |Display all floors
Originally posted by caringhk at 2006-3-30 16:07
CAN, You can buy fresh can oxygen plus a thick facial mask to breath

facial mask can't filter much and oxygen is expensive to use daily
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Post time 2006-3-30 22:58:02 |Display all floors
The goverment departments have  realized the seriousness of the environment 's turing worse. But the
effective  measures can not be carried out easily.

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Post time 2006-3-31 07:16:04 |Display all floors

Nation sets emission reduction goal by energy-saving tech

Originally posted by chenyu at 2006-3-29 23:04
The Chinese don't realize that pollution is their most dangerous enemy.


Don't you think it is past tense? I think there're more and mdore Chinese realize pollution is a big issue.
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Nation sets emission reduction goal by energy-saving tech
By Fu Jing (China Daily)
Updated: 2006-03-29 14:28

China proposes to reduce emissions by millions of tons over the next 20 years in an effort to help reduce global warming through energy-saving technologies.

Minister of Construction Wang Guangtao said yesterday China will lessen its greenhouse emissions by 846 million tons annually if all new buildings were installed with energy-saving technologies.The construction sector takes up nearly 40 per cent of China's total energy consumption.

By 2020, China's per capita living space will be double what it is now, as 30 billion square metres of housing will have been constructed.

"If all of the national energy-saving standards have been fully implemented by 2020, China will be greatly contributing towards curbing global warming," said Wang.

At yesterday's opening ceremony of an international exhibition and forum on green and smart buildings in Beijing, Wang did not link the proposed emission cuts to the international cleaner development mechanism (CDM) projects currently under the framework of the UN's Kyoto Protocol.

Vice-Minister of Construction Qiu Baoxing said the potential emission reduction could bring "many business opportunities" for domestic real estate developers, who are allowed to trade the reduced emission quota to developed countries.

Under CDM, developed countries can carry out emission-reduction projects in developing countries through financial and technical co-operation, and this would count towards their emission targets.

Wang said China has already set "year-to-year targets" in its national energy-saving campaign in real estate development.

By 2010, all new buildings should be 50 per cent more energy efficient than 2005 and 65 per cent more efficient by 2020.

The government plans to save 20 per cent of energy by 2010 on the basis of 2005 consumption.

Vice-Premier Zeng Peiyan yesterday said the campaign was crucial because the country continued to face shortages of resources. "If we don't take action now the situation will become worse," said Zeng.

To make the buildings more energy efficient, Qiu said environmental impact evaluations would be carried out during construction and when choosing what materials and machinery to install.

The exhibition included innovative ideas such as using solar cookers in kitchens, setting-up smart wind power generators above buildings and letting intelligent systems control heating or cooling.

Statistics show only 15 per cent of China's new buildings since 2000 can be called environmentally friendly, and this may be due to the extra cost associated with more environmentally friendly buildings.

"The extra cost is the major reason why the market is slow to react to the campaign," said Zhang Jun, a Beijing-based real estate developer.

To encourage the promotion of energy-saving buildings, Zhang said the government should put in place an economic incentive mechanism, for example, preferential tax reductions on such buildings.


(China Daily 03/29/2006 page2
http://www.chinadaily.com.cn/biz ... /content_555485.htm
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