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1.5 Times More Mercury-Containing Waste Utilized in Komi Last Year
30.01.2016 22:56
1.5 Times More Mercury-Containing Waste Utilized in Komi Last Year

The actions of collecting lamps and thermometers helped to increase the indicators.

      The laboratory of fire service management and civil protection of Komi utilized more than 110 thousand units of waste in 2015, which is one and a half times more, than in 2014.

      In 2015 the chemical and radiological laboratory recycled about 100 thousand luminescent lamps, 7 thousand arc-discharge valves, 3 thousand energy saving bulbs and more than 1 thousand thermometers. Altogether it makes more than six kilograms of mercury.

       




Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Komi Republic Environment Waste Recycling   

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