Pingdi street, belonging to Longgang District, Shenzhen City, Guangdong Province, is located in the northeast of Shenzhen city. It borders Huizhou City from the northwest to the northeast, Kengzi street of Pingshan District in the southeast, Longgang street in the southwest and Longgang central city in the southwest. It is located in the strategic road of Shenzhen's eastward and northward expansion, covering an area of 53.14 square kilometers. As of October 2019, Pingdi street has nine communities under its jurisdiction. As of June 2020, Pingdi street has a total population of 284000.
Pingdi street is a gathering place of Hakka people with a long history, simple folk customs, wide distribution of Hakka enclosed houses, vigorous development of folk songs, Tai Chi Liangmao dance, Qilin dance and other cultural activities, known as "the hometown of culture" and "the hometown of folk songs"; it is rich in mountain forest and water resources, with 14 large and small rivers such as Longgang River, Dingshan River, Huangsha River, 11 Shantang reservoirs, mountain forest area of 33000 mu, and carbon sink It is rich in resources.
In 2017, Pingdi Street achieved a GDP of 10.925 billion yuan, a year-on-year increase of 6.6%.
Facing the contradiction between garbage disposal and community development, relying on typical projects such as eastern power plant and International Low-carbon City, this paper focuses on the scientific and technological innovation in the fields of "resource efficient utilization" and "environmental protection", and combines garbage incineration power generation with the sustainable development of blocks to form a community sustainable development path characterized by urban garbage disposal.
On the expanding strategic channel. The planned area of the project is 53 square kilometers (about 25 square kilometers), only 6 kilometers away from Longgang central city. Huiyan expressway, outer ring expressway, Shenhui highway and Metro Longgang line all point to and meet here. There are abundant mountain forests, gardens and water areas in the region, including Dingshan River and Longgang river. There are three ecological systems around the region, namely Qinglinjing country park, huangzhukeng reservoir and Longjin mountain system. One half of the land is included in the basic ecological control line, with abundant carbon sink resources and good geographical conditions. Shenzhen International low carbon city project shoulders the mission of exploring the way for the national low carbon development and providing an important strategic fulcrum for the national international negotiations on climate change. It is the strategic need to practice the scientific outlook on development and explore the new transformation and upgrading development mode in the next 30 years. It is a model project to achieve stable growth with quality and sustainable all-round development.