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Special screens will protect the port of Nakhodka and the city from wind and dust

The foundation for future wind and dust protection screens is being laid at the two berths of the Nakhodka Commercial Sea Port. They will close the adjacent territory of the port and the city from coal dusting, the press service of the regional administration said.

The construction of the screens began in the second area of ​​the port, located at Cape Astafyev. Protective structures will surround coal warehouses from three sides - from the side of the Mys Astafyev microdistrict and two side ones.

A special fence 15 meters high will be made of a perforated metal profile. Due to the multitude of small holes, such a screen dampens the wind flow and breaks it into small rivulets, which are not strong enough to raise dust.

The experience of erecting protective structures was taken over by the port specialists from Japanese colleagues, who used coal open-cast coal everywhere, while metal screens made it possible to completely eliminate the ingress of coal dust to the outside.

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