ITL Park improves rural living environment
As the Spring Festival draws near, sub-districts and communities in Xi'an International Trade and Logistics (ITL) Park have carried out rectification work to improve the living environment for urban and rural residents, enhancing promoted people's sense of happiness and satisfaction with their community.
Xinhe sub-district organized a number of Party members and officials to carry out environmental sanitation as a way to celebrate the Spring Festival.
They cleaned up the rubbish accumulated in public areas, harnessed disorderly stacking, swept courtyards, , dealt with soil and construction waste, and enhanced greening, beautification and purification efforts. They also increased inspection efforts and put an end to garbage incineration.
Since 2018, in accordance with the Three-year Action Plan for the Improvement of Rural Living Environment in Xi'an (2018-2020), ITL Park has made notable progress and taken several measures to promote the improvement of rural work and the rural living environment.
The park has set up a leading group for the improvement of the rural living environment. It has deepened efforts to promote the integrated development between urban and rural areas.
It has established demonstration villages and model households to promote the advanced typical experience once the rural living improvement efforts have been achieved, strengthening demonstration and guidance.
In addition, it has increased the overall use and supervision of the construction funds for beautiful rural demonstration villages. It has promoted its efforts and progress through the media, conducting in-depth publicity and guidance efforts to create a favorable atmosphere of public opinion.
In 2018, the park has completed the planning and preparation of 18 administrative villages.
It has added 8,442 new classified garbage bins through the implementation of rural domestic garbage disposal operations. The number of garbage collection points in villages amounted to 200. The effective treatment ratio of rural household garbage reached 100 percent.
A total of six villages have completed rural sewage treatment projects. More than 4,000 households have completed sanitary toilets renovation.
Through the implementation of rural infrastructure upgrading, the road hardening rate, village lighting rate, safe drinking water rate, tap water penetration rate, power grid transformation rate, and power and electricity access rate have all reached their targeted standard.