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Armyansk residents complain about Crimean Tytan factory emission

Wilting of leaves on maples and ash trees is observed; residents of the Crimean town can feel weird smell in some places
12:34, 31 August 2019

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Residents of Armyansk (occupied Crimea) continue complaining about the impurities in the air and emissions from Crimean Tytan factory. Krym.Realii reported that.

It is noted that the local residents do not feel the typical acid smell, which was during the previous emissions.

"Emissions are coming constantly in small amounts. When I open windows at night, I feel this smell. But this is not acid, it's something else. The day before yesterday the emission was huge, it happened around 5 a.m. My roses that stood by the window were burnt immediately," the local resident said. 

Related: Occupation authorities of Crimea can nationalize "Crimean Tytan"

Wilting of leaves on maples and ash trees is observed, people can feel weird smell in some places. The same smell is in Krasnoperekopsk near the lake, where the bromide factory is located. 

Besides, Russian Ministry of Environment and Natural Resources of Crimea Hennady Naraev approves that according to the results of the monitoring procession the concentration of pollutants is lower at night than in daytime, so "there is no reason to worry". 

Related: Residents of Armyansk report on new emissions on Crimean Tytan

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