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Environmentalists talk about the possible consequences of building a gas terminal in Primorye
Environmentalists of Primorye are concerned about the safety of the ecosystem of the Cedar Pad reserve. They want to know what impact the construction of a marine terminal for transshipment of liquefied gas in the Khasan region can have on it.
How toldVladNews Land Leopard National Park specialists, the reserve and the future terminal will share the sanitary zone of less than one kilometer. Environmentalists fear that emissions from the complex will affect the ecosystem of a specially protected area.
Scientists have proposed additional research with their participation. The designers agreed to consider this possibility. The marine terminal is going to be built in the Bay of Primordial. The project has already raised environmental questions about its possible impact on marine life.