It is forbidden to sell or burn highly polluted fuels in the no-combustion zones for highly polluted fuels. It is forbidden to build or expand new facilities for burning high-polluting fuels. Where such facilities have been built, they shall be converted to clean energy within the time limit prescribed by the municipal people's government and the county people's government in key areas. Facilities that have not yet been replaced by clean energy for burning highly polluting fuels should be equipped with desulfurization, denitrification and dust removal devices or other measures to control the emission of pollutants such as sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and smoke and dust. Fuel shall meet the relevant mandatory standards and requirements stipulated by the state and provinces. Facilities burning highly polluting fuels shall discharge up to standard.
Enterprises, institutions and other producers and operators that use coal-fired boilers with rated evaporation capacity of more than 20 tons per hour or rated power of more than 14 MW or whose atmospheric pollutant emissions are comparable to those of kilns in key areas shall equip automatic monitoring equipment for atmospheric pollutant emissions qualified by metrological verification to monitor atmospheric pollutant emissions in real time. And through its website, environmental information disclosure platform of enterprises and institutions, or local newspapers and periodicals, etc. to facilitate the public to know the way to truthfully open automatic monitoring data.
Enterprises, institutions and other producers and operators that use coal-fired boilers with rated evaporation of more than 20 tons per hour or rated power of more than 14 MW, or kilns whose atmospheric pollutant emissions are comparable to those of their own, belong to non-key emission units. Failure to disclose or truthfully disclose automatic monitoring data in accordance with the provisions of these Regulations shall be ordered to correct by the competent ecological environment department at or above the county level, and a fine of between 10,000 yuan and 30,000 yuan shall be imposed.
If any of the following acts are committed in violation of the provisions of these Regulations, the administrative authorities of industry and information technology, heating and ecological environment at or above the county level shall, in accordance with their duties and duties, order the demolition within a time limit, and may impose a fine of not less than 20,000 yuan but not more than 100,000 yuan:
(1) New coal-fired boilers with rated evaporation less than 20 tons per hour or rated power less than 14 MW;
(2) failing to phase out the coal-fired boilers with rated evaporation less than 10 tons per hour or rated power less than 7 MW within the prescribed time limit.
If a decentralized coal-fired heating boiler is newly built or expanded in an area covered by a central heating network in a city, or if a built coal-fired heating boiler that fails to meet the discharge standards has not been demolished in accordance with the regulations, it shall be dealt with by the competent department of ecological environment at or above the county level according to law.