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More 1 million cubic meters of untreated sewage will be discharged to Amur
Khabarovsk Vodokanal will dump more than one million cubic meters of untreated sewage into the Amur. Experts explain this need by carrying out reconstruction of the sewage system. In neighboring Komsomolsk-on-Amur, authorities convened CoES to decide how to supply the city with clean water in the face of massive pollution.
The decision of the commission is published on the website of the city administration. The total flow of untreated water will reach 1 million 290 thousand cubic meters, which will go downstream. Already 28 October reset will come to the city.
During this period, Vodokanal specialists will carry out hyperchlorination. They intend to check water quality at least twice a day. Residents are categorically not recommended to drink raw tap water and consume river fish without deep heat treatment.