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MPC in the lake Pyasino after the incident in Norilsk normal, stated in the MOE

Samples taken in the lake Pyasino under the Norilsk showed that the performance of MPC, inflated after the accident at the CHP-3, returned to normal, told journalists the first Deputy head EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan.

Earlier the Governor of Krasnoyarsk region Alexander USS has declared that oil after a spill of diesel fuel for Norilsk CHP was in a unique lake Pyasino. Also about the pollution of the shores of the lake reported in the regional Ministry of environment.

Barn on the river identified the water pollution with oil products for Bonami

Experts found petroleum products in water samples taken over the installed booms on the river Barn in Norilsk, after the fuel spill at CHP-3, announced Deputy Minister of ecology and natural resources of Krasnoyarsk Krai Julia Gumenyuk.

This she reported to the Governor of edge Alexander USS during his visit to the regional Centre of implementation of measures for nature and environmental protection. At its base, the group of experts is working on the environmental impact assessment and pollution of water and aquatic facilities as a result of the oil spill, the CHP-3 in Norilsk.

Norilsk has collected almost 2.8 thousand cubic meters of oil-water mixture

Rescuers after a spill of diesel fuel at TPP-3 in Norilsk collected from waters almost 2.8 thousand cubic meters of oil-water mixture, told reporters the first Deputy head EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan.

According to him, all collected disposed of in special containers. They are available in sufficient quantity. He noted that rescuers first used aircraft in the transfer of containers. It's a new technology, and it simplifies operations because the group has to constantly monitor fuel spot and moved behind him.

After the incident in Norilsk MOE treated sorbents two thousand "squares"

Rescuers treated sorbents (absorbent substances content) 2 thousand square meters of land contaminated after the disaster at CHP-3 in Norilsk, told reporters the first Deputy head EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan.

"The previous day showed that the amount of work performed is significantly greater than in all the previous days: 853 cubic meters of oil-water mixture collected for the last day," - said Chupriyan noting that the same number was collected the previous time.

MOE responded to the U.S. proposal to aid in the elimination of accidents in Norilsk

Provision for other States to assist Russia in liquidation of consequences of emergency spill of fuel in Norilsk accepts the leadership of the country, said the first Deputy head EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan.

"Thank you very much to all countries who want us to help. The country's political leadership will determine here or not. Currently of forces and means sufficient for prompt and effective use of (their) elimination of emergency situations", — said Chupriyan.