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The first ecolaboratory in the DFO appeared in the Amur region
Track the pollution of rivers in the Amur region will be the only mobile laboratory in the Far East. The region recently purchased it for six million rubles, the complex has already arrived in the region.
The environmental laboratory on wheels will allow to control the amount of harmful emissions of plants and factories into the atmosphere, to assess the degree of environmental pollution, including rivers. According to Sergey Makhu, Minister of Natural Resources of the Amur Region, when contamination is detected, you can quickly take water samples and investigate them on the spot without leaving the laboratory for Blagoveshchensk.
According to the press service of the regional government, the complex will tentatively launch on August 1. The laboratory will mainly work in the northern areas of the Amur Region - Zeya, Mazanovsky and Selemdzhinsky, where the gold mining industry is developed. The equipment will be able to work even in the most difficult climatic conditions, and, if necessary, it can be removed from the vehicle and delivered to remote areas by more passable transport.