The state council issued an ultimatum, more ground again "ban oil order", water-based paint usher in more opportunities for deve
The state council, China's cabinet, has issued a three-year action plan to win the battle for the blue sky and safeguard. As the country advances green industry to upgrade greatly, in order to accelerate the improvement of environmental air quality, win the battle of protecting the blue sky, the traditional oil paint with high pollution will be gradually eliminated, and the new green water-based paint with environmental protection is becoming the mainstream of the market.
Vice minister of the ministry of ecology and environment zhao yingmin introduced the "three-year combat plan for winning the blue sky and defending the war" and answered questions from reporters
Following the launch of the action plan of the state council, environmental protection policies related to "replacing oil with water" have been issued successively. At present, no less than 64 cities in China have issued relevant restrictions on oil paint.
On September 27, the action plan for comprehensive control of air pollution in the beijing-tianjin-hebei region and surrounding areas for autumn and winter 2018-2019 was issued, and the action plan for air pollution prevention and control called for a ban on the production and use of new reconstruction and expansion projects involving high-vocs content solvent based coatings, inks, adhesives, etc.
On September 26, the people's government of guizhou province issued the "guizhou province's three-year action plan for winning the blue sky and defending the war", requiring key areas to ban the construction and use of solvent based coatings, inks and adhesives with high VOCs content.
On September 25, the people's government of changzhi, shanxi issued a notice on the issuance of the three-year action plan on winning the blue sky and defending the battle of changzhi, which called for the construction and production of solvent based coatings, inks and adhesives with high VOCs content to be banned.
On September 21, the people's government of henan province released the document of the three-year action plan for the prevention and control of pollution in henan province (2018-2020), which put forward the prohibition on the construction and use of solvent based coatings, inks and adhesives with high VOCs content.
On September 14, the economic and information commission of linfen, shanxi, issued a notice on implementing the three-year action plan for linfen city to win the blue sky and defend the war, requiring the whole city to ban the construction, production and use of solvent based coatings, inks, adhesives and other projects with high VOCs content.
On September 11, six ministries and commissions including Shanghai municipal environmental protection bureau and Shanghai municipal development and reform commission jointly formulated the work plan for the deepening prevention and control of volatile organic compounds in Shanghai (2018-2020), which proposed to ban the production of new, renovation and expansion projects of organic solvent coatings, inks and adhesives with high VOCs content from 2018.
The 13th five-year plan for environmental protection in linyi, shandong province, was issued in linyi on September 7. Planning requirements, new motor vehicle and mechanical painting projects, water-based paint use proportion of no less than 80%; Elimination of all non-volatile organic matter collection, recovery/purification facilities of paint, adhesive production equipment.
As early as July 2015, shenzhen became the first city in China to implement the "oil ban" policy. At that time, some experts said that the oil ban could sweep across the country within five years. So far, only three years have passed, more than 64 cities have issued relevant "oil ban order", and with the state council's "ultimatum", the implementation of "oil ban order" will be accelerated in the whole country to win the "blue sky protection war".
Shenzhen became the first city in China to ban the sale of banned paint on July 1, 2015
Although the prohibition of paint use in China is a step ahead of shenzhen, but in the world, the production and use of paint has already been subject to different levels of restrictions, as early as 2004, the European Union has formally banned the production and use of paint, China out of the first step has been more than 10 years late. As the decoration material that we are familiar with, paint is playing an important role in decorating all the time, why should abroad most place and our country forbid the use of paint? Start with the paint's drawbacks:
1. As far as the paint itself is concerned, it contains a large number of hazardous substances such as benzene, xylene and formaldehyde, with a volatilization period of more than 10 years. We often see "the house is decorated hind do not move to live immediately" this kind of proposal, basically be to avoid to touch to give priority to with paint decorate material to human body to cause injury. Have statistic data to show, the main cause that has leukaemia of about 30% children is decorate pollution, the harm that the harmful material that paint place contains is right human body apparent. The VOC (volatile organic compounds) contained in paint is one of the main causes of PM2.5, which causes smog weather.
2. In addition to its own harm, paint still needs a large number of diluents in use. Most of these diluents are toxic volatile organic solvents.
Under the pressure of environmental protection, with the "oil ban order" sweeping the country, the more green water-based paint is becoming the mainstream of the market.
Yan · lunda water-based environmental protection waterproof and anticorrosive coating is a new high performance product developed and produced by our company, which has successfully applied for national patent. This product is a kind of green and environment-friendly waterproof material made of asphalt, rubber and imported emulsion with a variety of additives. This product is completely environmental protection product, no harmful material discharge in the film forming process, and does not pollute the environment. The volatile organic compounds (VOC) detected by the national building materials testing center is zero.