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Emergency mode removed from Lake Solyony in the Primorsky Territory

Emergency mode removed from Lake Solyony in the Primorsky Territory
Photo: Nakhodka administration press service
Fuel oil spills were liquidated on the Salt Lake in Nakhodka. In March, a fuel spill occurred from the tank of the Primteploenergo heating network company. It took 1,5 months more to liquidate the accident than was previously planned.

According to the press service of the administration of the Nakhodka city district, despite the liquidation of the oil spill, monitoring of the situation on the coastal strip and the water area of ​​Lake Solenoy will continue to identify possible foci of pollution. Oil film from the lake was collected by excavators and oil traps, then a vacuum was connected
car and floating device. In addition, liquid and solid sorbents were used.

In total, since March 14, specialists have collected 1,446 thousand tons of pure fuel oil, 2,231 thousand cubic meters of fuel oil emulsion, 2,83 thousand cubic meters of water mixture, 3,83 thousand cubic meters of contaminated soil. 10 thousand square meters were cleared. meters of the coast and 15.77 thousand sq. meters of industrial and urban areas. Together with fuel oil, other rubbish was raised from the bottom of the lake: about 300 car tires and more than 20 cubic meters of plastic containers.

Fuel oil leak March 14 occurred from the tank in the fuel warehouse of Primteploenergo. An emergency mode was introduced at the scene. First, the rescuers cleaned the ice, then the soil and the water area of ​​the lake, cleaned the adjacent garages, mowed the grass polluted with oil products.

Primorsky authorities from the very beginning promised liquidate the spill by April 13, then the deadlines moved on April 15. Employees of Primteploenergo and the Institute of Chemistry of St. Petersburg are still finding out the reasons for the spill.
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