It is noted that the price for a ton of chlorine increased from 400 USD to 1240 USD excluding tax-free.
The press office of Driproazot claims that the company has already dispatched the first shipments of chlorine after the operation resumed. Two shipments were delivered to Kharkiv water canal and Aulskaya hloroperelivnaya stancia from July 22 through July 24.
Furthermore, it is noted that the plant works at ten percent of its maximum capacity.
Reportedly, Hungary has sent three tons of liquid chlorine to Zakarpattia region as a humanitarian aid for disinfecting a clear water. Furthermore, Hungary is ready to send 15 tons of chlorine, which is enough for continuous operation of 18 establishments of the regional water canal for 60 days.
The Cabinet of Ministers claims that operation of Dniproazot, the only manufacturer of liquid chlorine in Ukraine stopped due to the increase of price for gas. Clean water supply was threatened in a number of cities. The Cabinet promised to deal with the situation. On July 20, Dniproazot claimed that they resume the operation of the plants.