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The Area of the Oil Slick in Nakhodka is almost 35 Thousand Square Meters
23.10.2020 14:12
The Area of the Oil Slick in Nakhodka is almost 35 Thousand Square Meters

The area of pollution of the sea water area in Nakhodka with oil products exceeds 34 thousand square meters. The source of the leak is established.

The unmanned aerial vehicle recorded a spot with an area of 34,775 square meters. Water samples were taken for analysis. The contamination is believed to have spread from the pier of  Transbunker Primorye. The exact source of the leak is being established.


Author: Anna Dorozhkina

Tags: Russian regions ecology    

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