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Moscow Air is 2.5 Times Cleaner than 5 Years Ago
16.03.2017 09:34
Moscow Air is 2.5 Times Cleaner than 5 Years Ago

Over the last 5 years the air in Moscow has become 2.5 times cleaner.

      The news has been reported by Anton Kulbachevsky, the head of the Department of Nature Management and Environmental Protection.

      According to Mr. Kulbachevsky, from 2012 to 2017, the amount of nitrogen oxides, carbon and other harmful compounds in the air near Moscow's highways has decreased by 2.5 times.

      He also spoke about the quality of water in Moscow. "According to environmental parameters, Moscow water is only improving. Every year, we notice a positive trend", - the official said.


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Author: Vera Ivanova

Tags: Environmental Protection Ecology Moscow   

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