Chinese government to start proactive measures for cleaner air, soil and water

The Chinese government is going to implement controls on manufacturing so that only industries that are environmentally conscious will be able to move forward with production. China has really given unlimited opportunities to manufacturing companies in the past, allowing them to emit dangerous levels of fumes and toxins into the air, soil, and water. However, with China’s new policies, the government will establish a risk assessment team to determine the amount of pollutants that the manufacturing plant will emit.


These advisors will be implementing strict limitations on the amount of emissions permitted by each plant because the Chinese government has noted that the deterioration of the environment will lead to long-run decay of their economy. If they use more environmentally conscious policies, then they will be able to maintain growth over the years.


The bleak warning issued by the Chinese government is a signal to the rest of the world that the environment is our most important economic asset, and by preserving the natural resources and the purity of our air, water, and soil, we will live in a much more productive, healthy environment. Mankind has left its mark on nature, and with the new policies the Chinese government hopes to apply, they will be reducing their carbon footprint and growing their economy in a more fruitful way.


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The current age is the most dangerous in terms of environmental threats to air, water, and soil according to the Chinese government. China has, in the past, taken a more hands off approach to environmental controls and limitations, but with they have since declared that the environment is suffering a great deal from the impact of manufacturing. Factories are presenting more environmental hazards than ever before, and the Chinese government has decided to take a proactive measure to stop the pollution and contamination of the air, water, and soil in China.

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