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EastRussia Newsletter: Unscheduled inspections await stevedores in Primorye
In Primorsky Krai, they are once again resuming active efforts in the fight against the problem of coal dust. The regional government decided to conduct unscheduled inspections of stevedoring companies in case of detecting an increased concentration of harmful substances in the atmosphere near coal transshipment sites, according to the next published issue of the EastRussia newsletter.
The meeting dedicated to ensuring environmental safety in Nakhodka discussed the need to strengthen supervision of the state of the atmosphere near coal transshipment sites and the possibility of suspending the activities of violators of environmental requirements in a judicial proceeding. Stevedoring companies were again reminded of the need to introduce modern closed transshipment technologies to prevent the spread of coal dust.
In the Far Eastern transport prosecutor’s office, they noted that some of the stevedores took the necessary measures - the transition to a closed type of transshipment. Nevertheless, the Far Eastern transport prosecutor considers the measures taken insufficient.
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