China to stagger raw materials transport in winter on pollution campaign



BEIJING (Reuters) – China urged local authorities in 28 northern cities to make plans to stagger raw materials transportation some sectors in a bid to reduce pollution during winter, in a document published by the Environmental Protection ministry on Thursday.

** Raw materials affected are steel, coke, non-ferrous, power and chemical sectors.

** Firms are asked to run with at least 80 percent of their trucks with national IV or above emission standard during winter season.

** Trucks will be banned to enter ports in Bohai Rim region during severe polluted days.

** Local authorities are asked to monitor the transportation through Closed Circuit Television (CCTV) system in firms.

Reporting by Muyu Xu and Beijing Newsroom; Editing by Richard Pullin


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