Tominskiy GOK Uchalinskiy GOK - breathe deeply!
Reading Chelyabinsk. Those who believe that expertise is reliable that the sanitary-protective zone protects. Those who believe that the government here it is directly from God, and its purpose is always only good, and if someone has a different point of view, then this is someone it is advisable to isolate from society. Those who think that his life for the country road.
"for several months the residents of Sibay choking on smog. Some days sulphur dioxide concentrations exceed the MPC in 37 times.
Sibay is a town with a population at the beginning of 2019 62 thousand people. Near the quarry are residential houses built in violation of regulations, a sanitary-protective zone of the enterprise. This area was about a thousand houses. The administration is not only not settled, but also actively, in past years, selling land for construction.
The mayor of the city of Afzalov Rustem two months stilled the people, said it could not, and the fog that exposure limits are not exceeded. Only after the arrival of the ACTING head of Bashkortostan, and the arrival of the environmental laboratory for measuring air began to measure and talk about the excess of MPC.
But to this day, the authorities no action is taken. The mayor called us assholes and excrement, and the public.
The measurements are carried out only from 8 am to 8 PM, if the night is suddenly a sharp increase in the sulfur concentration, the inhabitants do not even know. By words of Ilshat, sanitary zone 200, 500 and 1000 meters has no role to play - could reach the most remote areas.
In early February, in the mine killed a worker, Gayaz Irgalin, it is established that the cause of death was a chemical burn. Later in social networks there was an explanation - "the Order was from above: "In whatever began to work to extinguish the burning rock under the earth". After that, the media has a story of a former employee of Poca. According to the man, mine is burning for not less than five-six years. Early miners in the winter, handing out respirators and forced to work in excess of MPC."