Introduction: Volatile organic pollutants are the main culprits that cause environmental pollution and harm human health. They participate in atmospheric photochemical reactions and directly lead to the formation of PM2.5 in the atmosphere. At present, China's VOCs emissions have ranked first in the world. The absolute emissions of VOCs are higher than the emissions of sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides and dust, exceeding 20 million tons per year. In May 2010, the State Council issued the "Guiding Opinions on Promoting Joint Control and Prevention of Air Pollution and Improving Regional Air Quality." For the first time, VOCs, together with sulfur dioxide, nitrogen oxides, and particulate matter, were listed as key pollutants in joint control and prevention of air pollution. Increase the prevention and control of VOCs pollution. The "Measures for Pilot Charges for Volatile Organic Pollutants" were formally implemented from October 1, 2015. The pilot industries include the petrochemical industry and packaging and printing houses.