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"Small rivers - clean beaches"

In Vladivostok, an ecological clean-up work "Small rivers - clean banks" was held, the participants of which collected more than 7,5 tons of garbage.

The action was organized by the All-Russian Society for Nature Conservation within the framework of the "Pure Water" federal program. The co-organizers were the Department of Natural Resources and Environmental Protection and the Youth Government of Primorsky Krai.

The clean-up was supported by ecological organizations of the region, students. And the non-profit partnership "Clean Primorye" bogged down the obligation to take out and competently dispose of the garbage collected by volunteers.

“We want to draw the attention of citizens to the problem of pollution of small rivers. Often in big cities, they are no longer perceived as non-natural objects and turn into sewers and landfills. But rivers are an important part of the urban ecosystem, ”said the department director Alexei Pochekunin.

A similar subbotnik also took place in the Khasansky district of Primorye.

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