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Standard ID HJ 2050-2015 (HJ2050-2015)
Description (Translated English) The guidelines of documentation for environmental engineering design
Sector / Industry Environmental Protection Industry Standard
Word Count Estimation 42,440
Date of Issue 2015-11-20
Date of Implementation 2016-03-01
Regulation (derived from) Ministry of Environment Announcement 2015 No.78

Standards related to: HJ 2050-2015

HJ 2050-2015
The guidelines of documentation for environmental engineering design
National Environmental Protection Standard of the People 's Republic of China
Guidance on the compilation of environmental engineering design documents
The guidelines of documentation
For environmental engineering design
2015-11-24 release
2016-3-1 implementation
Ministry of Environmental Protection released
Directory
Preface I
1 Scope of application
2 normative reference documents
3 terms and definitions
4 General provisions
5 Feasibility study report content and preparation requirements
6 preliminary design file content and preparation requirements 14
Design Contents and Requirements for Construction Drawing
Contents and Requirements of Project Budget Document 30
Appendix A.32
Appendix B.33
Appendix C.34
Appendix D.35
Appendix E.36
Appendix F .39
Appendix G.40
Appendix H.41
Preface
In order to carry out the "Environmental Protection Law of the People's Republic of China", standardize the content and depth of environmental engineering design documents.
Safety of environmental engineering design quality, the development of this guide.
This guide sets out the feasibility study report on environmental engineering, preliminary design documents, construction drawings and project budget documents.
begging.
This guide is a guide document.
This guide is for the first time.
This guide is organized by the Ministry of Environmental Protection Technology Standards Division.
The main drafting of this guide. China Environmental Protection Industry Association, Guangdong Province Environmental Protection Industry Association, China Environmental Science
Research Institute, Beijing Dongfang Tonghua Technology Co., Ltd., Sinosteel Group Tiancheng Environmental Protection Technology Co., Ltd., Guangdong Province Environmental Protection
Engineering Research and Design Institute.
This guide is approved by the Environmental Protection Department on November 24,.2015.
This guide has been implemented since March 1,.2016.
This guide is explained by the Ministry of Environmental Protection.
Guidance on the compilation of environmental engineering design documents
1 Scope of application
This guide specifies water pollution control, air pollution control, solid waste treatment (disposal), physical pollution control, and pollution
Water, site and soil remediation and other environmental pollution prevention and control project feasibility study report, preliminary design, construction drawings and project budget
Document content and compilation requirements.
This guide is applicable to the preparation of environmental engineering feasibility studies, preliminary design, construction drawing design and project budget documents.
Environmental engineering project approval, approval, approval, review, supervision, management and investment decision-making basis.
Implementation of the approval, filing management of environmental engineering, the project application report can refer to the guidelines on the feasibility study report documents
The relevant provisions of the preparation, the initial design, construction design and project budget document content and preparation requirements should implement this guide.
Construction of the project "three simultaneous" supporting the environmental protection facilities can refer to the implementation of this guide.
Please refer to the implementation of this guide.
2 normative reference documents
This guide refers to the following documents, which should be used when the following documents are amended.
GB/T 1.1-2009 Guidelines for standardization work Part 1. Structure and preparation of standards
Standard Terminology for Civil Building Design
General rules for the calculation of comprehensive energy consumption GB/T 2589-2008
Terminology of Environmental Engineering Terminology
JB/T 5054 product design and design documents
"Urban Public Works Design Document Preparation Depth" (2013) (Building Quality [2013] No. 57)
"Urban public utility construction project economic evaluation methods and parameters" (construction standard [2008] 162)
3 terms and definitions
The following terms and definitions apply to this guide.
Environmental Engineering
Protection of the natural environment and natural resources, prevention and control of environmental pollution, restoration of the ecological environment, improvement of living environment and urban environmental quality.
Set up project and engineering facilities.
3.2 Feasibility Study
A Scientific Method to Demonstrate Technical and Economic Arrangement before Construction Project Investment Decision. Through the project-related engineering, technology, environment,
Economic and social benefits and other aspects of the conditions and circumstances of the investigation, research, analysis of the construction of the advanced technology, economic
Rationality and feasibility of construction, on the basis of multi-party analysis to make a comparative and comprehensive evaluation, to provide a reliable basis for project decision-making.
Preliminary design
In the program design documents based on the deepening of the design, to solve the overall, the use of functional, construction timber, technology, systems, set
Alternative engineering and other aspects of the problem, in line with environmental protection, energy saving, fire, air defense requirements, and submit the project budget to meet
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The need to prepare the construction drawing design documents.
Design Drawing Design
On the basis of the approved preliminary design documents carried out on the basis of the deepening of the design, the relevant professional detailed design drawings to meet the
Equipment procurement, non-standard equipment production and construction needs.
3.5 Total energy consumption of treating unit pollutant
The amount of energy (including water, electricity, steam, fuel and secondary energy) to be consumed by the unit pollutants should be contaminated by the treatment unit
The amount of energy consumed by the material is converted to standard coal consumption.
4 General requirements
4.1 Environmental engineering consulting, design should be consistent with national and engineering services industry and regional environmental protection laws, regulations and standards, norms
Claim.
4.2 Environmental engineering consulting, design documents in addition to the provisions of the guidelines should also be consistent with the engineering services industry and regional technical documents compiled
System content and depth requirements.
4.3 Environmental engineering consulting, design drawings used in the legend, symbols, codes, terms and nouns should be consistent with national, industry,
Side of the existing standards, norms, requirements.
4.4 environmental engineering design is generally divided into pre-work and engineering design in two parts. Pre-work includes project proposals, pre-feasibility studies,
Feasibility study, engineering design, including preliminary design and construction design. This guide includes feasibility studies, preliminary design and construction plans
Three stages.
5 Feasibility study report content and preparation requirements
5.1 General provisions
5.1.1 The basic task of feasibility study is to carry out a comprehensive analysis of the new or re-expansion of environmental engineering, from the technical and economic point of view,
And its production after the pollution control and environmental protection effects to predict, within the established range of program demonstration options to more
Rational use of resources to achieve the desired environmental protection, social and economic benefits.
5.1.2 Feasibility study through the project-related engineering, technical, environmental, economic and social benefits and other aspects of the conditions and conditions
Investigation, research, analysis, the need for the construction of the project, technical feasibility, size, plant (field) and economic feasibility, rationality,
In the multi-program analysis on the basis of a comprehensive comparison and evaluation, and recommended construction projects.
5.1.3 Feasibility study report should meet the environmental project project, the preparation of preliminary engineering design documents and environmental engineering land acquisition
The need for a circle.
5.2 Feasibility study report content
5.2.1 Feasibility Study The report should consist of the following.
A) Project overview;
B) basis for preparation;
C) Major contaminants and loads;
D) project scale and staging plan;
E) plant (field) site selection and comparison;
F) process technology and comparison (including major equipment, materials);
G) Pollutant collection and transmission program;
H) Pollutant treatment (disposal) program (including ancillary engineering);
I) environmental protection;
J) labor safety and health;
K) natural disasters and prevention;
L) fire and fire;
M) energy consumption and energy saving;
Occupying and requisitioning;
O) site soil and water conservation;
P) cultural relics and mineral protection;
Q) engineering construction management;
R) engineering operation management;
Estimated investment in construction;
T) cost estimate;
U) financial economic evaluation;
V) research conclusions and recommendations;
W)
X) attachments.
5.2.2 Feasibility The contents of the study report can be reasonably changed according to the project and project characteristics, among which.
A) If the content of the pollutant collection and transfer works is not included, the "Pollutant Collection and Transmission Program" section may be omitted. But for sewage,
Waste water treatment and solid waste treatment (disposal), the pollutant collection should be briefly described in the section "Main pollution load"
And transfer mode.
B) If the physical pollution prevention and control, as well as contaminated sites, polluted soil, polluted water and other in situ repair works, can be omitted "pollutants
Collection and transfer project ";
C) If the site (field) is not in a natural disaster area, or if the natural disaster does not significantly affect the project,
Disaster and prevention ", but should be described in the siting section;
D) If the site (field) address is clearly not related to soil erosion, the "site soil and water conservation" section may be omitted;
E) If the site (field) address is clearly not related to cultural relics, minerals and other public facilities, the "Heritage and Mineral Protection" section may be omitted
In the "Engineering Construction Management" section, the processing requirements for the discovery of cultural relics, minerals and other public facilities during construction are proposed.
5.2.3 Feasibility The cover or title page of the research report shall contain the name of the project, the name of the unit, the qualification certificate and the number
Date, and the main staff name, professional, professional qualifications or title and other information, and should be stamped with the preparation of official seal or design consulting
File special chapter.
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5.3 Feasibility study report preparation requirements
5.3.1 Project Overview
5.3.1.1 Project Overview
List the name of the project, name of the construction unit, construction site and so on.
5.3.1.2 Project Background
Briefly describe the source of the project and the work and results of the previous period.
5.3.1.3 Necessity of Engineering Construction
Detailed description of the necessity and significance of engineering construction.
5.3.1.4 Feasibility study content
Concise the scope of the feasibility study, the main content and principles.
5.3.1.5 Feasibility study conclusion
The main findings of the feasibility study include a list of pollutant discharge (control) standards, recommended technology, plant (field)
As well as the project social and economic benefits, the main technical and economic indicators.
The main technical and economic indicators table can be used in Appendix A format.
5.3.1.6 Existing problems and recommendations (if any)
Briefly list the problems and suggestions of the project.
5.3.2 Preparation basis
5.3.2.1 basis of laws and regulations
Briefly list the main laws and regulations on which the feasibility study is based.
5.3.2.2 technical standards, specifications
Summarize the main technical standards and specifications used in the feasibility study, including the standard, the specification name, the number and the version.
5.3.2.3 Related planning basis
A summary of the feasibility study based on the overall planning, professional planning and production planning, including the name of the plan, the name of the preparation unit,
Compile time.
5.3.2.4 Design the basic data
Brief description of project location, meteorological, hydrological, topography, geomorphology, geology, earthquakes, lightning, and social and economic conditions.
Briefly explain the views of public works (water, electricity, gas, effluent effluent) conditions, plant (field) site selection documents and competent authorities.
5.3.2.5 Project proposal (if any)
Briefly list the project proposal and the main contents of the approval document (if any).
5.3.2.6 Environmental Quality Assessment Report (if any)
Briefly list the project environmental quality assessment report and the main contents of the approved documents (if any).
5.3.2.7 Geological Hazard Assessment Report (if any)
Briefly list the project geological hazard assessment report and the main contents of the approved documents (if any).
5.3.2.8 Licensing and agreement (if any)
Briefly describe the licenses and agreements involved in the feasibility study, including "land permits or agreements", "electricity permits or agreements", "
May be the agreement "," resource utilization license or agreement "," secondary pollutant treatment (disposal) permission or agreement "and other documents main content.
5.3.2.9 Feasibility study power of attorney (if any)
Briefly list the main contents of the project feasibility study power of attorney.
5.3.3 Main pollutants and loads
5.3.3.1 Sources of pollutants
Detailing the source of pollutants present in the engineering service area and combining with the overall planning, professional planning and production planning.
A new source of pollutants that may be added during the duration of the project service.
5.3.3.2 Pollutant properties
Accurately describe the nature of the pollutants in the project service area, composition and pollution characteristics, combined with the overall planning, professional planning
And the production plan to reasonably predict the possible additional nature of the pollutant in the project service period, of which.
A) for industrial wastewater treatment works, should be fully demonstrated that biochemical, process test results (if any), and focus
Explain whether it contains toxic, volatile, corrosive, explosive, radioactive ingredients, and hazards to biochemical treatment systems
factor;
B) For solid waste treatment (disposal) works, it should be clearly demonstrated whether it contains hazardous waste components.
C) For air pollution control projects, the characteristics of pollution sources should be specified, and whether toxic, harmful ingredients and so on.
5.3.3.3 Contaminant load
Briefly list the actual amount of existing pollutants in the engineering service area, combined with the overall planning, professional planning, production planning is reasonable
Predict the amount of additional pollutants that may be added during the project service life.
When the pollutant production is predicted, the pollutant generation and the forecast growth rate should be fully explained.
Pollutant production survey and forecast can be used to predict the time (yearly) and causal analysis of quantitative statistics, forecasting methods.
Pollutant production survey and forecast table can be used in Appendix B format.
5.3.3.4 Project objectives
Indicating that the pollutant after the harmless treatment (disposal) after receiving water, site or regional atmospheric environment, as well as the project area
Line of environmental quality standards and levels.
Put forward the national or local pollutant discharge (control) standards and restrictions to be implemented by the project.
5.3.4 Project scale and staging plan
5.3.4.1 Project scale
According to the previous pollutant production survey and forecast results, a reasonable determination of the scale of the project.
5.3.4.2 Staging plan
According to the pollutant production survey and forecast results, combined with the local overall planning, professional planning and production planning, put forward the technical feasibility,
Economic and reasonable project staging program, and the rationality of the staging program to be explained.
5.3.5 plant (field) site selection and comparison
5.3.5.1 Location criteria
Briefly describe the basic principles of site selection.
5.3.5.2 Location process
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Brief description of the location process, participation units and so on.
5.3.5.3 Proposed Plant (Field) Site
Detailed description of the proposed plant (field) site administrative divisions, geographical location, land properties, meteorology, hydrology, earthquakes, terrain, land
Quality, cultural relics, minerals, other public facilities and natural disasters, health protection distance, relationship with the layout of the town, transportation, power supply,
Gas supply, heating, communication, water supply, drainage, flood control conditions, the distribution of sensitive targets around the project, and social stability, secondary
Pollutant treatment (disposal) conditions.
5.3.5.4 factory (field) site comparison
Combined with the relevant laws and regulations, standards, norms, regulations, the actual needs of the project, plant (field) site status, construction (field) conditions,
As well as the project social stability risk, the proposed plant (field) site for comprehensive technical and economic comparison.
5.3.5.5 Recommended factory (field) address
Put forward the recommended plant (field) site program, and explain the reasons for the recommendation and recommend the factory (field) site inadequate compensation measures.
5.3.6 Comparison of process technology
5.3.6.1 Introduction to process technology
Based on the characteristics of pollutants and the implementation of pollutant discharge (control) standards, a brief introduction to a number of applicable technology (including the main
Equipment, materials).
5.3.6.2 Comparison of process technology
On a number of feasible technology to carry out comprehensive technical and economic comparison, process technology should be comprehensive selection, comprehensive (including the relevant new technology,
New technology, new equipment, new materials applications), not to highlight the advantages of recommended programs and selectively determine the selected content.
Process technology than the table can be used in Appendix C format.
5.3.6.3 Recommended technology
According to the results of the comparison, recommend the engineering technology should be used, and explain the reasons for the recommendation and problems.
5.3.7 Pollutant Collection and Transfer Scheme
5.3.7.1 Collection planning
According to the overall planning of engineering services, professional planning and production planning, put forward the collection and transfer of pollutants.
5.3.7.2 Collection of programs
Combined with the status of pollutants collected and planning, put forward the collection and transfer of pollutants.
5.3.7.3 Major engineering quantities
According to the pollutant collection and transfer program, to determine the main pollutant collection and transfer system engineering.
5.3.8 Pollutant treatment (disposal) program
5.3.8.1 Process flow and description
Put forward advanced, applicable, reliable, safe, economical and reasonable process.
Describe the process, technical principle, treatment effect and reachability of pollutant treatment (disposal). Which sewage, wastewater treatment works
Should be a brief description of decarbonization, phosphorus removal, denitrification process, tail water disinfection program comparison and recommendation, and put the tail water discharge program.
Determine the key technical parameters, the main pollutant removal rate and removal, and a brief description of the basis for determining. Which should include at least.
A) sewage, wastewater treatment project should be oxygen demand, sludge production, pharmaceutical consumption estimates;
B) dust, desulfurization, denitrification project should be expected to balance the material;
C) garbage, solid waste landfill project should be carried out landfill capacity, leachate production, leachate regulation pool volume estimation;
D) waste incineration power generation, heating projects should be estimated heat balance;
E) Material balance estimation for hazardous waste treatment (disposal) works.
5.3.8.2 Overall layout of the project
Development of treatment (disposal) plant (field) total plane and vertical layout program, including engineering flood protection and moisture standards, roads, walls, large
Doors, retaining walls, flood discharge and drainage ditch, as well as greening project standards, programs, area.
5.3.8.3 Engineering facilities configuration
The development of process facilities configuration program, including the process function, structure type, technical specifications and quantity, among which.
A) sewage, wastewater treatment project should be proposed water treatment structure configuration program;
B) Exhaust gas treatment project should be put forward equipment foundation, exhaust pipe structure type program;
C) refuse, ......
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