• Hailar River means snow river in Mongolian language. Located within Hulunbeier City, Inner Mongolia Autonomous Region, it originates from the west slope of Jile Laoqi Mountain at west side of Greater Khingan Mountains, running from east to west, and the source stream is Dayan River. Running more than 1,430 km with a basin area of 54,500 km2, Hailar River served as the cradle for propagation, development and expansion of various ethnic groups in northern China during Liao Dynasty (AD 916-AD 1125), Jin Dynasty (AD 1115-AD 1234), Yuan Dynasty (AD 1271-AD 1368) and Qing Dynasty (AD 1636-AD 1912) and many of such ethnic groups have played important role in Chinese history.
  • With an installed capacity of 424MW, Hailar Cogeneration Power Plant of Huaneng Yimin Coal and Electricity Co., Ltd is located in Hailar District, Hulunbuir City, right beside the Hailar River, generating electricity and supplying heat to Hailar District and its surrounding areas. Currently, it is the largest combined heat and power plant in Hulunbuir. For many years, Hailar Cogeneration Power Plant has been consistently serving regional economic development and practicing the corporate mission of China Huaneng Group. By supplying safe, reliable, and environmentally friendly electricity and heat to society as well as replacing a large batch of urban heating boilers, the power plant has made positive contributions to improving living environment for residents, and preserving "blue sky, green land, verdant mountains, and clear water". Today, as a clean, efficient and environmentally friendly power plant, Hailar Cogeneration Power Plant has become the first CHP plant in Hulunbuir with the capability of flue gas desulfurization, denitration and urban reclaimed water utilization.
  • In order to protect Hailar River and effectively save water resources, an investment of 48.27 million yuan was made for reclaimed water advanced treatment in Phase III of Hailar Cogeneration Power Plant. After primary biological treatment, the discharge water from the sewage treatment plant in Hailar District then goes through the advanced treatment station, after which the purified water is used as circulating water for the power plant and as industrial make-up water. With designed handling capacity of 30,000 m3 per day and annual water saving capacity of about 320,000 m3, it greatly reduces sewage discharged to Hailar River and plays an important role in controlling water pollution and improving urban ecological environment. Today, beautiful parks and colorful music fountains have been built alongside the splendid flood control dam. Walking along the wooden trestle is like travelling in Shangri-La, with weeping willow on both sides and melodious birds' chirps in the air.
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