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Fish in coals
Residents of the Primorsky Territory opposed the construction of coal terminals in the bay of Suhodol
Primortsy appealed to the President of Russia Vladimir Putin with a request to prevent the construction of the port. The appeal was published on the Internet and in a few days collected more than a thousand signatures.
At the last public hearings that took place after the publication of the appeal to the President, representatives of the administration of the Romanovsky rural settlement and the residents of the village of Romanovka present at the discussions stated that "the project being implemented is of great importance for the residents of all nearby villages, including Shkotovo and Smolyaninovo, since here, new jobs and optimal working conditions will be created. "
However, as noted by the head of the International Center for Environmental Monitoring of the Institute of Biology and Soil Science of the Far Eastern Branch of the Russian Academy of Sciences Tatyana Vshivkova, who participated in public hearings, no decisions were made on the terminal. “No decisions were taken on the project at the event, one could only listen and ask questions. By the way, many locals, when they learned that there would be no voting, left the hall. We, environmentalists, have many complaints about the terminal, to which, alas, company representatives do not give an answer, ”she said.
The order to prepare proposals for the construction of a specialized coal port for small and medium-sized coal mining companies in the Far East was announced back in January 2012 at the meeting "On the Results of Restructuring and Prospects for the Development of the Coal Industry" by Vladimir Putin. The project was included in the federal target program "Economic and Social Development of the Far East and the Baikal Region for the period up to 2018".
"The option of placing a coal terminal on the northern shore of the Sukhodol Bay, Primorsky Territory, prepared by OAO HC" SDS-Ugol ", was developed on behalf of the Governor of the Kemerovo region Aman Tuleyev. Based on the results of the consideration of proposals submitted by interested investors for the implementation of the project, it was recognized as the most optimal. The Governor of Primorye, Vladimir Miklushevsky, supported the project, "the press service of the holding reported.
The result will be the construction of a specialized coal terminal in the Suhodol Bay with an annual capacity of 20 million tons (about 300 thousand wagons per year or in coal composition every two hours). The port facilities will include open coal storages for storing 1,52 million tons of raw materials, a terminal with access to the open sea and loading complexes. The port will be located on the back of Cape Telyakovskogo, in the Shkotovsky district. The initiator of the project is OAO Holding Company SDS-Ugol. The amount of financing will be 18 billion rubles. The implementation period is 2014-2019.
The main research officer of the POI FEB RAS, a member of the expert council on environmental safety, environmental protection and reproduction of biological resources, Doctor of Biological Sciences Vladimir Rakov believes that open coal terminals pose a serious threat.
"Periodically, the coordination councils are held, where we consider the appeals of residents of settlements where coal terminals are currently operating. Statistics of diseases due to polluting facilities in recent years in Primorye is not encouraging, such production is very dangerous for people, "he said. According to him, coal dust, the clouds of which fly over coal terminals, do damage not only to people. "We have pictures of black ice in the Bay of Posiet, there is just a coal terminal. In addition, the content of coal in bottom sediments in such places reaches 60% - and this causes serious damage to folding mollusks, zooplankton, sponges, anemones and other organisms. A lot of other problems are attached to the terminal, which result in an ecological crime. For example, the construction of shipping channels, "- concluded the expert.
"Open transshipment of coal does not correspond to demographic policy. No one will want to breathe dust. Environmental policy in the province in general since 2005 year is not considered, "- agreed with his colleague chairman of the Public Expert Council (ECO), Professor Yuri Zhuravlev.
The Chairman of the Legislative Assembly Victor Gorchakov said that at the level of the subject the deputies are already considering the bill, which is aimed at introducing a ban on the open storage of coal.
In the meantime, another large investment project is claiming for Sukhodol. The authorities of Primorye, on behalf of the president, intend to build a fish cluster there. In the future, the complex will be able to serve almost the entire turnover of fish products in the Far East: processing will be from 80 to 200 thousand tons, transshipment, logistics, storage - from 320 to 800 thousand tons, trade without transshipment at the complex will add another 1 million tons. The chief designer of the cluster - the Moscow branch of the Nomura Research Institute (Nomura Research Institute, Ltd), having investigated six different sites, came to the conclusion that the most suitable option is Sukhodol Bay.