The licensing system controls all the deposits or discharges. The law is made to stop air pollution in China. This Act supports in maintaining the quality of air in the city. It helps in minimizing the emission of nitrogen oxide, Carbon Monoxide within the air. The air pollution control ordinance ensures a timely, transparent and smooth implementation of emissions caps for power plants. Apart from this, the reduction in the emissions from the local sources has been joining hands with the Guangdong for improving the quality of air. Various new environmental laws were ordered such as the Law on Environmental Impact Assessment and the Law on Cleaner Production Promotion.
The constant economic growth and development of the country are stimulated by the policies of reform. The opening up of these policies has created a great support for the country China to enhance the wealth of its population as well as given employment and growth opportunities. However, the quick growth cannot come without any cost and the depletion of the natural resources as well as increasing environmental pollution of the soil, water, and air has been unintentional. However, have significant levels of side effect has been explained and the key environmental issues are as follows:
Contamination of the fresh water resources: The fresh water resources of the country are increasingly polluting with the advancement and growth of the country. The water pollution is common in China as the fresh water resources along with the urban, industrial, as well as agricultural effluents and the waste materials result is reducing access to the good quality water. Hence, the pollution-related diseases are increasingly growing (Hunter, Salzman & Zaelke, 2015).