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Rospotrebnadzor did not find excess air pollution in Tynda
The Amur Oblast Department of Rospotrebnadzor stated that the local time study at 17: 00 did not reveal an excess of the maximum permissible concentration of harmful substances in the air after a fire at a dump in the city of Tynda in the north of the Amur Region. Relevant information published on Online departments.
The report also states that “in respect of Clean Planet LLC, an administrative investigation is being conducted under Article XXUMX of the Administrative Code of the Russian Federation on“ Failure to comply with environmental and sanitary-epidemiological requirements when handling production and consumption waste, substances destroying the ozone layer, or other dangerous substances ” . At the moment, the situation is under control.
Earlier it was reported that a fire had started at the Tynda city dump, as a result of which residential areas were shrouded in smoke. During the fire and the subsequent smoldering, the Federal Service for Supervision of Consumer Rights Protection and Air Surveillance found a significant excess in the air of nitrogen oxide and carbon monoxide. Residents were advised not to go out and not open the windows.