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China - Dioxins Reduction from the Pulp and Paper Industry Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 20) : Environmental impact assessment report for Linyuan (English)

The objectives of the Dioxins Reduction from the Pulp and Paper Industry Project for China are to demonstrate the result of Best Available Technologies and Best Environmental Practices (BAT/BEP) adoption in four selected non-wood pulp mills and to strengthen environmental monitoring and enforcement in four participating provinces. Negative measures include: air pollution, dust, noise pollution, soil erosion, water pollution, waste management, and ecology. Mitigation measures include: a) Combined Heat and Power (CHP) production and power generation by waste heat can not only to control cost but can also meet the whole or part of the electricity and gas demand, and consequently make a good use of energy; b) adequate thermal insulation materials should be applied, where needed, to the equipment or pipes to reduce heat loss; c) daylighting should be put to good use during plant design in order to economize lighting power; d) gauges, meters and other automatic instruments can be installed in the process flow to control the consumption of electricity and gas and provide a favorable condition for practicing energy conservation management in the plant. Stocks or materials should be conveyed by gravity, instead of pumping, to save electric power; e) advanced wet stockpiling and wet cleaning of bagasse may help minimize soluble impurities, so that the alkali consumption can be reduced in the cooking process and, as a result, less energy is consumed; and f) enclosed medium-concentration screening machines and technologies can be employed to save power and water.

Details

  • Document Date

    2013/12/01

  • Document Type

    Environmental Assessment

  • Report Number

    E2813

  • Volume No

    20

  • Total Volume(s)

    20 (See all volumes)

  • Country

    China,

  • Region

    East Asia and Pacific,

  • Disclosure Date

    2014/10/09

  • Disclosure Status

    Disclosed

  • Doc Name

    Environmental impact assessment report for Linyuan

  • Keywords

    emission standard;ground water quality;municipal water distribution system;Environmental Health and Safety;thermal power plant;paper machine;wastewater treatment plant;power and water;annual average temperature;species of plant;species of bird;species of fish;development of tourism;flow of water;water supply network;water treatment system;average annual rainfall;average wind speed;maximum wind speed;kinds of resource;roads and water;power of attorney;continental monsoon climate;acid rain control;profit and loss;habitat of bird;annual production capacity;surface water quality;sound pressure level;national nature reserve;cost of transportation;species of amphibians;maximum allowable concentration;ambient air impact;lake water temperature;pollution emission;industrial solid waste;hazardous waste storage;provincial planning;pollution control facility;process water;water bodies;cleaner production;national protection;aquatic bird;buffer zone;clean water;wastewater discharge;production line;chinese sturgeon;pollution prevention;land area;migratory bird;water system;pollution source;raw material;white sturgeon;white stork;domestic sewage;rainwater pipe;drainage work;flat terrain;production base;floating plants;Natural Resources;field investigation;gas emission;chemical industry;tube sedimentation;atmospheric environment;provisional measure;aquatic animal;ambient noise;fishery area;noise source;recovery system;agricultural output;construction period;calcium carbonate;total load;flow to rivers;average velocity;auxiliary facility;pollutant discharge;atmospheric pressure;waste water;wind direction;air floatation;treatment capacity;rainwater flow;black stork;convenient water;flow rate;Wind Power;urban population;fertile land;historical data;arable land;feasibility analysis;information exchange;bird species;monitoring plan;agricultural commodity;risk prevention;agricultural product;risk assessment;climate condition;qualitative analysis;black liquor;geographic location;ferry terminal;recovery boiler;storage tank;risk identification;equipment maintenance;installed capacity;sewage treatment;water film;dust removal;electrostatic precipitation;rare species;natural vegetation;pulp production;engineering analysis;septic tank;state forestry;trade commission;water depth;paper industrial;lacustrine soil;minimum temperature;maximum temperature;industry structure;wind resource;cultural relic;annual output;water surface;tourist attraction;wild plant;atmospheric pollution;environmental benefit;wastewater pollution;economic zone;land resource;food grain;biological reproduction;rare birds;ecological environment;industrial enterprise;land resources;water pump;snow depth;provincial highway;relative humidity;food processing;building material;industrial system;production process;average water;water level;aeration tank;secondary sedimentation;pulp making;sea level;dry season;bleach tower;primary sedimentation;peak velocity;work force;fresh water;paper mill;rural area;Industrial Policies;Industrial Policy;compressed air;mandarin duck;acoustic environment;discharge limit;domestic waste;coal consumption;chlorine dioxide;transportation capacity;air compressor;paper industry;supply capacity;fringe area;sanitary standard;water cycle;flue gas;treatment process;international agreement;Environmental Assessment;alluvial plain;villagers committee;water bearing;calorific value;aeration zone;water consumption;community type;treatment facilities;pumping station;protection level;raw water;water tank;diversion system;boiler system;chemical waste;washing machine;alkali processing;hydrogen peroxide;turbine generator;noise value;storage capacity;land transportation;national boundary;ground acceleration;power supply;soil layer;heavy oil;Electric Power;alluvial deposit;district households;

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China - Dioxins Reduction from the Pulp and Paper Industry Project : environmental assessment (Vol. 20) : Environmental impact assessment report for Linyuan (English). Washington, D.C. : World Bank Group. http://documents.worldbank.org/curated/en/545981468240880264/Environmental-impact-assessment-report-for-Linyuan