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Khabarovsk Oil Refinery, after numerous inspections due to public complaints about the smell of petroleum products, will repair a septic tank of oil waste - EastRussia | Far East

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After a lot of inspections due to public complaints about the smell of oil products, the Khabarovsk refinery will repair the oil sump

According to the press service of the Khabarovsk Administration, the settling pond has been in operation since 1958 and has not been thoroughly repaired since then.

After a lot of inspections due to public complaints about the smell of oil products, the Khabarovsk refinery will repair the oil sump
At the moment, the facility is already working equipment, and also began laying new underwater pipes and trays. It is reported that the repair of this object is aimed at minimizing the harmful effects on the environment. As the general director of the Khabarovsk Oil Refinery Sergey Skuridin says, the entire past and beginning of the current year were for the company under the sign of ongoing inspections.

“All enterprises in the industrial hub zone deny their involvement in unpleasant smells in the city, but we decided to create a joint operational control group. They will include their competent representatives,” said the Deputy Minister of Natural Resources of the Khabarovsk Territory Viktor Bardyuk.

"Our plant was checked by experts from Rosprirodnadzor and Rospotrebnadzor, the regional environmental prosecutor's office," says Sergey Skuridin. Despite the fact that according to the results of inspections indicators of standards for controlled substances were not exceeded, residents continued to receive complaints about the persistent smell of petroleum products.