The garden workers cleared the green trees and ponds in Binxi Avenue on the Nanjiang River.
Taiwan Straits Network, December 31. According to Fuzhou News Network , at about 9 am on the 31st, more than ten garden workers were carrying out a special operation for greening tree ponds along the Nanjiang Binxi Avenue. This is also one of the 12 special actions initiated by the Municipal Party Committee and Municipal Government to “enhance the urban environment and make it refreshing for the New Year”.
The reporter saw at the scene that the garden workers first used plastic cloth to pad the road under the green tree pond, and then cleaned the excessive soil in the pool with a broom and bamboo rake. After a while, the green landscape became Cleaner.
According to the relevant person in charge of the Fuzhou Garden Center, the special action focused on issues such as excessive soil in the tree ponds and alopecia areata roads, to create clean and tidy tree ponds in the urban area, and flourishing vegetation.
In terms of soil removal work for green areas and tree ponds, the City Garden Center plans to carry out soil removal work for green space tree ponds along more than 110 roads and green areas in the city. At present, the special rectification of 80 main roads such as Fufei South Road, Guojiao Road, Qi'an Road, and Nanjiang Binxi Avenue has been completed. Next, the City Garden Center will renovate more than 30 city-managed roads including Sanbei Road, Chemical Road, Aogang Road, and Hongwan South Road.
Cleaning green railings is also an important part of the special action. According to reports, the city garden center has cleaned the railings on some sections. At present, the 1300-meter railings on the chemical road have been cleaned. Next, more than 10 road railings, including Hualin Road and Wushan Road, will be cleaned. At the same time, the City Garden Center also comprehensively inspected the street trees in combination with the city's lighting projects, targeted pruning of the street trees, and maintained street lighting. (Reporter Qiu Lingwen / Photo)