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The Golden Horn Bay in Primorye will be cleaned of debris and illegal inserts

The ecological condition of the Golden Horn Bay, located in the center of Vladivostok (Primorye Territory), was discussed yesterday at a meeting in the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia. On behalf of the Minister of Natural Resources and Environment of the Russian Federation Sergey Donskoy Rosgidromet and Rosvodresurs will conduct a comprehensive assessment of the ecological condition of the bay, which in December 2013 was declared Roshydromet "the dirty" water area of ​​Russia

The Golden Horn Bay in Primorye will be cleaned of debris and illegal inserts
For three years, the situation has changed in many ways, but a number of issues require quick and tough decisions. During the meeting, the head of the Ministry of Natural Resources, Sergey Donskoy, spoke about the need to take all measures permitted by the legislation to halt the process of carrying out floating debris into the water area of ​​the bay. Also, illegal tapping of household sewage into the storm sewers of the city should be prevented, according to the website of the Ministry of Natural Resources of Russia.

There was talk about the need for constant interaction of all interested parties with the environmental and military prosecutor's office. Issues of strict compliance with environmental legislation should be put at the forefront in bunkering vessels and handling ship-generated waste, including warships.

As noted during the meeting, the main causes of pollution of the Golden Horn are storm sewers of Vladivostok, domestic sewage of the Primorsky Vodokanal State Unitary Enterprise, the Pacific Fleet oil depot (Goldobina Cape), as well as ships entering the bay, DV-ROSS.

Since August last year, the department has been carrying out planned work to reduce the negative impact on the Golden Horn Bay. Many of the violations found were eliminated as part of the implementation of a joint Action Plan to ensure environmental safety, which is implemented by the Pacific Marine Department of Rosprirodnadzor, the Primorsk Interdistrict Environmental Prosecutor's Office and the Military Prosecutor's Office of the Pacific Fleet.