GENERICO.ruWorldIn Norilsk, a significant part of the consequences of the accident at the thermal power plant was eliminated

In Norilsk, a significant part of the consequences of the accident at the thermal power plant was eliminated


MOSCOW, Dec 20 A significant part of the environmental consequences after the accident at the thermal power plant in Norilsk has already been eliminated, said the head of the Krasnoyarsk Territory Alexander Uss. Federation Council Chairman Valentina Matvienko is holding a meeting to discuss the implementation of the comprehensive plan for the socio-economic development of the city of Norilsk. at the TPP – ed.), highlighted the problems that have been accumulating over the years, and most importantly, have become a powerful impetus for work to overcome them. We are talking about eliminating the environmental consequences of the accident, a significant part of this work has already been completed, “Uss said. diesel fuel storage tanks at CHPP-3 (owned by NTEK, a structure of Norilsk Nickel) in Norilsk on May 29, 2020 was damaged due to a sharp subsidence of the foundation supports, as a result, about 21 thousand tons of fuel spilled out. A criminal case was initiated, employees of the CHP were detained. Emergencies of a federal scale: fuel spill in Norilsk

More than 20 thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled out of the emergency tank, some of it got into the local stream and the Ambarnaya river.

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More than 20 thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled out of the emergency tank, some of it got into the local stream and the Ambarnaya river.

The area of ​​contamination was 180 thousand square meters.

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The area of ​​contamination was 180 thousand square meters.

According to preliminary data, warming in conditions permafrost, which set in motion the support under the cisterns.

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According to preliminary data, the cause of the emergency could be warming in permafrost conditions, which set in motion the supports under the cisterns.

A federal emergency regime has been introduced in the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

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A federal emergency regime has been introduced in the Krasnoyarsk Territory.

The accident occurred on May 29, but local officials reported the incident to the Emergencies Ministry only two days later.

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The accident took place on May 29, but local officials reported the incident to the Emergencies Ministry only two days later.

Due to the delay in informing about the accident, the IC opened a negligence case.

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Due to untimely notification of the accident, the UK initiated a negligence case.

Earlier, investigators opened three more criminal cases: on damage to land, violation of environmental protection rules during work and water pollution.

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Earlier, investigators opened three more criminal cases: on damage to land, violation of environmental protection rules during work and water pollution.

An emergency group of 190 people and 35 pieces of equipment are working at the scene of the accident. Another 100 employees of the Siberian Rescue Center were sent to help them.

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An emergency group of 190 people and 35 pieces of equipment are working at the scene of the accident. Another 100 employees of the Siberian Rescue Center were sent to help them.

Aviation was involved to clarify the situation and the volume of the oil spill.

9 of 11 < p>Aviation was brought in to clarify the situation and the volume of the oil spill.

The head of the Ministry of Emergency Situations Yevgeny Zinichev said that the department had found a way to eliminate the consequences of the accident in Norilsk.

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Emergencies Minister Yevgeny Zinichev said that the department had found a way to eliminate the consequences of the accident in Norilsk.

Rosprirodnadzor added that no there will be no burning as a way to dispose of the spilled fuel.

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Rosprirodnadzor added that there will be no combustion as a way to dispose of the spilled fuel.

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More than 20 thousand tons of diesel fuel spilled out of the emergency tank, some of it got into the local stream and the Ambarnaya river.

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The area of ​​contamination was 180 thousand square meters.

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According to preliminary data, the cause of the emergency could be warming in permafrost conditions, which set in motion the supports under the cisterns.

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A federal emergency regime was introduced in the Krasnoyarsk Territory.


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The accident occurred on May 29, but local officials reported the incident to the Ministry of Emergencies only two days later.

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Due to late reporting of the accident, the UK opened a negligence case.

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Earlier, investigators opened three more criminal cases: about damage to land, violation of environmental protection rules during work and water pollution.

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On the spot Emergency Situations Ministry's operational group of 190 people and 35 pieces of equipment are working. Another 100 employees of the Siberian Rescue Center were sent to help them.

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Aviation was involved to clarify the situation and the volume of the oil spill.

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Norilsk.

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Rosprirodnadzor added that there will be no incineration as a way to dispose of the spilled fuel.

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