Guangxi Qinzhou was found by the central inspection team that three wastes were disorderly arranged to arrest 3 suspects.

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 Guangxi Qinzhou was found by the central inspection team that three wastes were disorderly arranged to arrest 3 suspects.


China and the new network, Qinzhou, August 6 (Xinhua), Guangxi, Guangxi, Qinzhou city police 6, the local police have been suspected of illegal production, serious pollution of the environment of small smelters in the area to carry out a special strike regulation action, the successful detection of a case of pollution of the environment, arrested 3 suspects.

According to the clues that have been grasped, the police began to carry out masks and investigation and evidence collection for the smeltery suspected of illegal production.

Criminal suspects captured by the police (left two)

According to investigation, the smelter of aluminum ingot was jointly constructed by Wen et al. It started operation in March this year. During the period, Wen and others did not deal with relevant evidence and approval procedures in the local industry, environmental protection and other departments. The construction of the plant did not install waste water, waste gas and waste residue according to the regulations of the production and construction of related smelters. The waste water, waste gas and waste residue discharged from the factory were completely discharged directly to the air and plant. In the side of the pond.

In order to crack down on the small scattered pollution smelter and reduce the local environmental pollution, the Qinnan District Committee and the government organized the relevant department personnel in June to dismantling the smelter according to law. At the same time, the local police carried out a case investigation on the responsible person of the smelter, and in July, 3 suspects, such as Wen Mou, Liao and Zhan, were arrested and returned to the case. After interrogation, the three suspects pleaded guilty to purchasing waste aluminum powder in Foshan and other places, then transporting it back to a smelter in Qinzhou for processing, processing into aluminum ingots and then selling it. The pollutants produced during the smelting process are discharged directly to the plant without any purification treatment. On August 3, three people, Wen, Liao and Zhan, were arrested by local police on suspicion of polluting the environment. The relevant cases are under investigation. It is understood that the aluminum ingot smelting plant is the central fifth environmental protection supervision group in early June this year in Guangxi to carry out look back, in Guangxi Qinzhou city inspection found in one of the scattered pollution small smelting enterprises. Source: China News Network Editor: Wang Zheng _NN7526

In order to crack down on the small scattered pollution smelter and reduce the local environmental pollution, the Qinnan District Committee and the government organized the relevant department personnel in June to dismantling the smelter according to law. At the same time, the local police carried out a case investigation on the responsible person of the smelter, and in July, 3 suspects, such as Wen Mou, Liao and Zhan, were arrested and returned to the case.

After interrogation, the three suspects pleaded guilty to purchasing waste aluminum powder in Foshan and other places, then transporting it back to a smelter in Qinzhou for processing, processing into aluminum ingots and then selling it. The pollutants produced during the smelting process are discharged directly to the plant without any purification treatment.

On August 3, three people, Wen, Liao and Zhan, were arrested by local police on suspicion of polluting the environment. The relevant cases are under investigation.

It is understood that the aluminum ingot smelting plant is the central fifth environmental protection supervision group in early June this year in Guangxi to carry out look back, in Guangxi Qinzhou city inspection found in one of the scattered pollution small smelting enterprises.