Toxicities from the local career may seep into Dnister River
14:51, 3 August 2015

Toxicities from the local career may seep into Dnister River

Ukrainian Ministry of Ecology calls international institutions for help in preventing ecological disaster in Kalush, Ivano-Frankivsk region

14:51, 3 August 2015

Ministry of Ecology is trying to prevent contamination of drinking water sources in Sivka river (Kalush district, Ivano-Frankivsk region), tributary of Dnister, states the press office of the Ministry. 

Experts state that the critical point is to come in two years. In the case of ruining the Dombrovsky career, toxic brines will reach Dnister that cause serious environmental consequences not only for Ukraine but also for Moldova and Romania. Even in the XIX century in salt production (which is a traditional industry for this very region) used a technology that ensures ecological security. During the Soviet era nobody thought about what is going to be with the mine after working out, and the next generation of residents faced the brink of ecological disaster.
At the same time, Dnister is the one uncontested source of drinking water in the Odesa region.

In 2010, Kalush and nearest villages were declared to be a zone of ecological emergency, and during 2010-2013 about $52mln were allocated to eliminate the danger.

Dnister River runs through Ukraine, Moldova, Transnistria, and flows toward the Black Sea.

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