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Uncleared Drains Dumped into Kaliningrad Gulf since 1946
5.03.2012 13:46
Uncleared Drains Dumped into Kaliningrad Gulf since 1946

During monitoring of the condition of reservoirs of the Kaliningrad Region ecologists have found an emergency dump of sewer drains around Pelavskoye Lake.
      
      The drains are dumped for unloading of the by-pass channel without any clearing. According to representatives of the company, emergency dump has regularly taken place since 1946.
      
      During check up it was established that the sewer drains spread around and get to the Pregolya River, and from there to the Kaliningrad Gulf. According to ecologists, the dump area has a strong sewage smell, whereas nearby trees are surrounded with a stinking bog, that has resulted in death of over 100 trees.
      
      Besides, according to local residents, crude drains dumped by "Water canal" represent health hazard and lives of the population of settlement Pregolsky.
      
      Source: knia.ru
      
Author: Vera Ivanova


Tags: Ecology Kaliningrad region    

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