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        StatementTaylor & Francis Group
        PublishersTaylor & Francis Group
        LC Classifications2016
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        Paginationxvi, 113 p. :
        Number of Pages81
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[MUSIC PLAYING] China grades water into five categories.

China: A National Water Emergency

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Also, by treating the wastewater being discharged into the lands used for agriculture, this can help reduce the amount of vital cropland being destroyed.

[SPEAKING CHINESE] Yun Jianli leads the Green Han River Group on a campaign and field trip. In 2007, for the first time in recent years, China reported a reduction in national total emissions of chemical oxygen demand in water and SO 2 in air, by 3.

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Northern China faces the opposite problem: it often receives far too little rainwater. There are some at home. Environmental affects include: effects on aquatic wildlife, a decrease in plant biomass, and the effects on wetlands. An estimation of economic losses resulting from the impact of water pollution on human health, industry, crop yields, livestock, and fisheries is large.

As a result, this may disrupt the ecological relationship between the water system and aquatic life. but in recent years, it has become a very evident problem. This is followed by case studies and appraisals on 17 water industry reform measures collected by the authors in 14 cities.

Most of the phosphorus that is being added to the water systems is discharged from nearby industrial plants. This attention was met with swift government action, including industrial emissions inspections and the introduction of more than 2000 air quality monitoring stations. In technical aspects, the Environmental Protection Bureau EPB of Tianjin in will assist in identifying the most cost effective solutions for reducing and treating industrial wastewater.