China News Agency, Beijing, April 14 (Reporter Ruan Yulin) The Chinese Ministry of Ecology and Environment reported on the 14th that after 14 days and nights of hard work, the tailing pond leakage accident of the "March 28" Luming Mining Company in Yichun, Heilongjiang Province, realized the "The over-standard sewage enters the Songhua River", the predetermined emergency target, will continue to guide the local authorities to do a good job in the follow-up treatment of accidents, to ensure that no secondary environmental disasters occur.
On March 28, a tailings sand leak occurred in the tailings pond of Yichun Luming Mining Co., Ltd. in Heilongjiang Province. The leaked sewage accompanied by the tailings was 2.53 million cubic meters, and part of it entered the Yijimi River. The Yijimi River is a secondary tributary of the Songhua River.
After the accident, the Ministry of Ecology and Environment immediately started the emergency response procedure.
The monitoring data shows that on April 11, the characteristic pollutant leaking from the tailing pond of Yiming Luming Mining, Heilongjiang Province has been effectively controlled, and the molybdenum concentration of the Hulan River reached the standard across the board.
The Ministry of Ecology and Environment stated that it is necessary to continue to guide the local authorities in the follow-up handling of accidents to ensure that no secondary environmental disasters occur. Do a good job in accident investigation and ecological environment damage assessment, and implement the ecological environment damage compensation system. Comprehensively summarize accident experience and lessons, improve the emergency response plan system for environmental emergencies, improve the emergency consultation information method, enrich the environmental emergency response team, strengthen the emergency material reserve, regularly carry out emergency drills, and promote emergency response capacity improvement and responsibility implementation.
The Ministry of Ecology and Environment emphasizes that emergency response should be carried out in a timely and effective manner, so that the first time to report, the first time to the scene, the first time to carry out monitoring, the first time to release information, the first time to identify the cause and take action Effective measures. (Finish)