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Monitoring of the spread of coal dust in Nakhodka will begin in June - Governor - EastRussia | Far East






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Monitoring of the spread of coal dust in Nakhodka will begin in June - the governor

Until the end of June, a sensor will be installed in the port of Nakhodka to monitor the environmental situation, the data will be broadcast in the public domain on the Internet, Vladimir Miklushevsky, the governor of the Primorsky Territory, told journalists. The statement followed the next complaint of local residents during the "direct line" of the Russian president Vladimir Putin on Thursday.

“We connected the scientists of Primorgidromet and Rosprirodnadzor to the scientists of the Far East Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences to this issue While the development of an integrated air monitoring system in Nakhodka is underway, already this month we will install a test sensor in the most environmentally dangerous place in test mode - on the border of the sanitary protection zone, ”said the head of the region. He added that open monitoring will allow supervisors to respond more quickly to violations of environmental legislation by stevedoring companies. In 2018, it is planned to introduce a monitoring system in other ports of Primorye.

Earlier it was reported that the Far Eastern Transport Prosecutor's Office will be in charge of verifying the execution of laws during coal transshipment in Nakhodka. In the course of the audit, an assessment will be made of the actions of the seaport administration officials and state regulatory authorities, and if there are grounds, prosecutorial response measures will be taken immediately. The Prosecutor General’s Office took control of the progress and the result of the check.

During a "straight line" on Thursday, Russian President Vladimir Putin promised a young resident of Nakhodka, Andrei, to reduce the environmental impact of coal terminals in the city's port. The boy said that the pollution of the air with coal dust comes from the open method of transshipment accepted in the port. "Let's see how the work is organized there. And we will try to react so that damage to people is minimized. Then tell me how things are there, "- said Vladimir Putin.
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