Recently, the Liaoning Provincial Party Committee and Government issued the “Implementation Opinions on Strengthening Ecological Environment Protection and Resolutely Fighting Pollution” (hereinafter referred to as “Implementation Opinions”), mentioned that by 2020, the number of heavy pollution days in 14 cities in the province will be reduced by 25% compared with 2015.
Atmospheric ammonia emission control pilot. Measures such as integration, relocation, rectification and improvement of enterprise classification shall be implemented, and enterprises that fail to use land, industrial and commercial procedures, and fail to meet the deadline for treatment shall be shut down according to law. By 2020, total VOC emissions will fall by more than 10% from 2015. By 2020, the proportion of coal in the province's total energy consumption will fall below 58.6%. Promote “Electrification of Liaoning”, by 2020, the proportion of energy consumption in terminal energy consumption will reach 18%. Actively promote industrial waste heat heating. By 2020, new urban clean energy heating will be 15 million square meters, including 10 million square meters of clean energy heating sources such as ground source heat pumps, and 5 million square meters of “coal to electricity” heating area. By 2020, the province's clean heating rate will reach 49.3%, and all the cities in Shenyang Economic Zone and Liaoning Coastal Economic Belt will achieve clean heating. Areas and residents who implement coal to gas and coal to electricity shall be guaranteed in terms of gas source, power supply and price.
Before the end of 2018, the provincial sub-regional air quality forecasting capability for the next 7 to 10 days will be realized, and the full coverage of the provincial and municipal heavy pollution weather monitoring and forecasting and early warning system will be realized. During heavy pollution, the peak-to-peak transportation will be implemented for key enterprises involved in transportation of bulk raw materials and products such as steel, coking, cement, nonferrous metals and chemicals. By 2020, the number of heavy pollution days in 14 cities in the province will be reduced by 25% compared with 2015, and ozone monitoring and forecasting will be carried out.