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The most toxic part of the Chinese pollution in the Amur River will pass Khabarovsk on Friday and Saturday
The most toxic part of the Chinese pollution in the Amur River will pass Khabarovsk on Friday and Saturday and authorities said the contamination will not be big enough to switch off water supplies. The spill diluted while flowing from the Sungari River into the Amur and on Thursday the pollution in the area of Khabarovsk was 0.2 of the maximum allowable norm. Further dilution occurred thanks to the dam in the Pemzenskaya channel near Khabarovsk, through which 60 percent of Amur water used to flow. Now it goes to the main river course. Experts predict the maximum concentration of chemical substances will be 0.4-0.5 of the norm, while the local water supply system is ready to purify a contamination that exceeds the norm two-fold. Daily monitoring of the Amur water is continuing and mobile laboratories are moving down the river. On Tuesday the regional emergency headquarters will move to the city of Angarsk and then to Komsomolsk-on-Amur.
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