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Khabarovsk cancelled on Thursday red alert for all services, introduced in connection with the passage of the Sungari slick
The concentration of pollutants “is recorded within 0.003-0.004 milligrams per liter,” Tass learnt from head of the Far Eastern branch of the Federal Service for Hydrometeorology Alexander Gavrilov. This is several hundred times less that the ceiling concentration limit. The main mass of waters, polluted with nitrobenzene and other toxic agents, passed Khabarovsk, but “traits of pollutants will remain for a long time, possibly several weeks or even months”, Gavrilov claimed. According to the Far Eastern ecology chief, the forward part of the slick shifted more than 200 kilometers downstream Khabarovsk. The process of diluting pollutants is underway along the entire stretch. Therefore, there will be no dangerous levels of pollution anywhere. At the same time, the cities of Amursk and Komsomolsk-on-Amur set up crisis centers. The slick will pass these cities on the first days of January.
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