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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.

She explained that according to preliminary estimates, either the bonds are not an effective measure "to eliminate pollution of water object, or they were put up late in the designated period, i.e. after the primary stain has already passed".

Earlier, first Deputy head EMERCOM of Russia Alexander Chupriyan told reporters that the weather conditions complicate oil collection on water bodies, because the wind constantly moves the oil slick.

Gumenyuk noted that when viewed from the left Bank of the lake Pyasino had traces of petroleum products.

She did not rule out further penetration of oil into the water near the source Pacino.

"Visible signs of pollution of the coast has not been established. But there are reasons - until there is solid ice. It's the ice barriers that hinder the promotion of water within a water body. Therefore, it is suspected that when it will melt, it may penetrate," suggested Humeniuk.

According to her, the monitoring of the situation will run until the end of September - beginning of October.

One of the storage tanks of diesel fuel at TPP-3 (owned by JSC "NTEK", a member of the group Norilsk Nickel) Norilsk may 29 was damaged due to the subsidence of the supports of the Foundation, there was an emergency with a leak about 21 thousand tons of fuel. Norilsk Nickel believes the main cause of the accident, the warming in the permafrost, which resulted in the movement of the supports under the fuel tanks. On the territory of the Krasnoyarsk region introduced a state of emergency at the Federal level. MOE reported on the localization of the spilled fuel. A criminal case was instituted under several articles of the criminal code.