2013 Cross-Strait Program for Soil and Groundwater
This project by collecting regulatory regimes cum industrial promotion of soil
and groundwater environmental protection related to Mainland China Research and
Analysis , and Management organized way Symposium through the Office of
opportunity related fields at the turn of liquidity and expand cooperation in
the Mainland China conducted with , and successfully in before the end of December
this year to complete . Through conduct seminars way , and MEP Mainland Chinese
relevant departments communication, cohesion strait experts together to discuss
differences and complementarity between strait soil and groundwater
environmental protection, and discuss follow- strait exchanges meter painting
and implementation methods. While also providing each other to learn from
industry, government and academia to discuss and exchange views on the
opportunity to experience . The project also compiled Mainland China prevailing
soil and groundwater regime results achieved environmental regulations ,
available relevant government departments , academic and research institutions
and business related units in the practice of important reference .
The project includes three tasks :
(1)in handling a domestic screenings do "cross-strait soil and groundwater
regime Symposium environmental regulations " and " Expert Forum " meeting ,
invite professionals to join Mainland China .
(2)go to Mainland China to participate in regional environmental soil and
groundwater related seminars, and conducted site visits and exchanges .
(3)to promote my homeland water remediation industry , research and analysis
in the " cross-strait economic cooperation framework (ECFA) of soil and
groundwater under the workaround and industrial projects.
(4)real-time updates of the Department of Soil and Groundwater grouping of
cross-strait exchange platform for environmental services ( including
wastewater treatment ) related messages.
Cross-strait cooperation mechanism、Soil and Groundwater Contamination、Environmental Protection Regulation