On October 3, 2019, a fire in Dayi District, Taichung City killed two firefighters in the fire scene of the Tin Sheet Factory. All walks of life expressed their condolences and reviewed fire dispatch and other issues. But the deeper problem behind it is that under the phenomenon of illegal factories in Taiwan, the collective disorder of construction, fire protection, and environmental legal system is historically sluggish.
Even after several political party rotations, both the central and local governments were unable to come up with a solution, and they could only procrastinate by repeatedly revising the law. The unscrupulous industry believes that there is an opportunity, so that the illegal factories increase instead of decreasing, and the problem worsens.
Later we found that similar problems occurred in Japan in the 1960s
At that time, they established a “pollution Kuwait Phone Number prevention business group” of inter-ministerial associations as the main engine to plan a solution. The different handling of the two countries has produced very different results today, 40 years later. Japan’s handling experience is worth learning from Taiwan. In 2017, Earth Citizen began to collect relevant materials and hold reading clubs. After more than a year of preparation, a visiting group was formed to go to Japan in 2018 to actually visit the industrial area established by the business group, and interview the industry players in the industrial area.
Manufacturers’ Association in Taiwan and interviewed many professors
Who worked in the business group. It hoped that for Taiwanese society. It will restore Japan’s industrial transformation trajectory that going on for more than 30 years since 1965. After returning to Taiwan from the visit, it took some time to reorganize the previous relevant information in. Taiwan and finally the following series of articles were born.
From the article, 2 trillion yen drives 20 trillion investment in pollution prevention and control. And the Japan Pollution Prevention and Control Group’s overall analysis of. Japan ‘s policy in solving economic and environmental conflicts shows that the . Japanese government has adopted a multi-pronged. Approach in order to solve the long-term environmental pollution and the dilemma of mixed housing and work. In the following way, it will integrated and dealt with in five directions: control laws, governance mechanisms, funding. Pollution control technology research and development, and land use. However, differences can also found if the relationship between. SMEs and the government compared.