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The court did not support ALROSA in the case of river pollution in Yakutia
The Supreme Court of Yakutia upheld the court decision on bringing ALROSA to administrative responsibility. The organization will have to pay damages for water pollution.
According to the press service of the court, the examination established the fact of pollution of the Irelyakh and Malaya Botuobiya rivers with sewage from dragee pits of the Irelyakhskaya placer licensed site. Suspended substances, iron, copper, zinc, sulfate ion, strontium, iron ions, manganese, aluminum, beryllium were found in water samples.
Previously Rosprirodnadzor fined the companyALROSA ”at 600 thousand rubles for failure to comply with clauses of license agreements in the development of the Gornoye and Irelyakhskoye deposits in Yakutia. The president of the company, Sergey Ivanov, said that the subsoil user does not renounce his obligations under environmental damage compensationHowever, he noted that it was not the actions or inaction of the company that led to this, but a natural anomaly.