China’s new water clean-up program aims for 100% water clean, according to the country’s government, and the first phase is already in place.
China’s Ministry of Water Resources (MWR) said the country had made significant progress in the last year in cleaning up its water, as it has increased the number of municipal water treatment plants and the number and quality of the clean water boiler.
Water purification stations were installed in more than 30 provinces and cities, with the aim of ensuring that 100% of the water consumed was clean and clean water clean.
“The clean water supply has been completely purified and water is now in perfect condition,” said a MWR official, who did not wish to be named.
This is a landmark moment for China.
This is the first time that water has been clean and water clean is actually 100% … this is a major breakthrough, said Wang.
He said the clean-water boiler, which will be installed in rural areas, will provide the first clean water for millions of people in the country.
The Chinese government has long sought to boost its clean water output, with a focus on the rural poor and the poor in general.
As the economy recovers from the recession, China is now attempting to get the most out of its resources.
While the clean up is not perfect, the first round of clean-ups and efforts are expected to help China’s economy recover from the crisis and put it on a sustainable footing.
The official added that China’s clean-waste programme was also aimed at boosting water efficiency, which is a key aspect of water supply.
Wang said China would increase the amount of water purification and filtration stations in the countryside and in cities.
With water supply still in crisis mode, the MWR will have to rely on government efforts to improve the efficiency of its water supply system.
China’s Clean Water Mission, launched in 2015, aims to reduce water use by up to 30% and improve water quality in urban and rural areas.
Since the beginning of this year, the Chinese government and MWR have been working on a plan to improve water efficiency and clean up the water supply in the rest of the country, including in the northern provinces of Hubei and Inner Mongolia.
The Clean Water mission aims to achieve the same level of clean water as developed countries such as the US, the UK and France, and will also help reduce the amount and quality, Wang said.
In 2015, China’s government announced it would spend about 4 trillion yuan ($6.6 trillion) to help clean up its rivers and streams.