Not less than ten years it will take to restore the biodiversity of the water system after the incident in Norilsk. This was stated by Deputy Minister of agriculture and the head of Rosrybolovstvo Ilya Shestakov.
As reported “Interfax”, at the online meeting on the elimination of PE in Norilsk held by the President of the Russian Federation Vladimir Putin, Shestakov said that there are already preliminary damage assessment. They allow you to say that to restore the balance of aquatic biological resources would take ten years, and, of course, “substantial funds”.
In turn, the head Rosprirodnadzora Svetlana Radionova noted that by 1 July its Department is ready to call a damage assessment from the incident. In her words, if June 3 was recorded in excess of the last bonds to 83.5 thousand MPC, now — from 8 to 22 MPC in the day. Monitoring of the Unnamed stream and the analysis of the soil in his district.
Surveying measurements will allow to estimate the final volume of displaced soil and determine its composition, the content of oil products, and this will influence the calculation of damages, added Radionova. By July 1 will be ready for initial calculation of damage, which Rosprirodnadzor finds by the method approved by the Ministry of environment.
the Recall, one of storage tanks of diesel fuel at TPP-3 (owned by JSC “NTEK”, a member of the group Norilsk Nickel) Norilsk may 29 was damaged due to the subsidence of the supports of the Foundation, there was an emergency with a leak about 21 thousand tons of fuel. Norilsk Nickel believes the main cause of the accident, the warming in the permafrost, which resulted in the movement of the supports under the fuel tanks. On the territory of the Krasnoyarsk region introduced a state of emergency at the Federal level. MOE reported on the localization of the spilled fuel. A criminal case was instituted under several articles of the criminal code.
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