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When the bottom residue of the incinerator invaded the farmland, the legislator named the culprit of the Environmental Protection Agency and asked for an amendment plan in two weeks.

Published: 2024-05-21 Author: mysheen
Last Updated: 2024/05/21, When the bottom residue of the incinerator invaded the farmland, the legislator named the culprit of the Environmental Protection Agency and asked for an amendment plan in two weeks.

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Changhua Huanghua League and Tainan Society Dalian continue to issue incinerator bottom slag mixed with a small amount of cement to become "low-density recycled permeable concrete", which is dumped in Changhua farmland and becomes a legal pipeline for slag removal. Only the furnace slag contains heavy metals, and only after picking, classification and other physical treatment, the toxicity is still there, in violation of agricultural land soil control measures, may seriously pollute agricultural land.

Legislator Chen Chiao-Hua held a press conference with the ring delegation. Changhua City Councillor Wu Weida revealed that one mushroom farm could solve one-fifth of the annual slag at the Xizhou incineration plant. "it's outrageous to use farmland to solve the problem of nowhere to go!" (background reading: incinerator bottom slag turned to "recycled concrete" to invade farmland, and heavy metals seriously exceeded the standard)

Farmland becomes the bottom landfill the Environmental Protection Department is the culprit

In response to recent reports by the group and the media that a large amount of incinerator bottom residue had been backfilled into agricultural land, which seriously violated the agricultural principles of agricultural land, legislator Chen Jiaohua, Changhua City Councillor Wu Weida and Huan Tuan held a press conference today (2max 22). In addition to exposing the absurd current situation of waste disposal, units such as the waste Management Department of the Environmental Protection Agency, the Environmental Protection Inspectorate and the Council of Agriculture were also invited to attend and explain.

Chen Jiaohua first pointed out that the EPD announced that the incinerator bottom slag containing a large amount of heavy metals would be mixed with cement powder and turned into "low-density recycled permeable concrete" to enter agricultural land. pollute farmland and the environment.

The Council of Agriculture has written many times to explain that agricultural land cannot even be filled with sand, stone, bricks, tiles and concrete blocks, not to mention incineration bottom residue containing heavy metals and dioxin. Why does the Environmental Protection Department agree that agricultural land can be filled with recycled products from incinerator bottom residue?. "is the EPA opening the back door? Let the bottom residue of the incinerator enter the farmland where there is nowhere to go? "

In addition, Chen Jiaohua also questioned that the Council of Agriculture had repeatedly explained in letters that agricultural land was "only allowed to backfill the soil suitable for crop cultivation," and that it was clearly pretending to be blind if this provision was not included in the law. She also angered that the EPA ignored the letter from the Council of Agriculture, saying, "it is very abhorrent. Why can laws and regulations that contravene other units be made?"

 
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