Rospotrebnadzor did not detect an excess of hazardous substances in the air due to a fire at an oil depot in Sevastopol
Exceeding the maximum concentration of pollutants in the results of laboratory studies of atmospheric air after a fire at an oil depot in Sevastopol was not found. This is reported
A study of atmospheric air samples was carried out at eight control points on the territory of residential buildings at the following addresses: Sevastopol, st. Brothers Manganari d.24/1, st. Cossack Bay, 10, st. Cossack Bay, 54, st. Ligovskaya, 21, st. Cossack, 64/4, st. Pravdy, 31, st. Proletarskaya, 15, st. Pavel Korchagin, 23.
Sampling was carried out for the presence of carbon oxide, nitrogen dioxide, sulfur dioxide, phenol, formaldehyde, aliphatic hydrocarbons, benzo(a)perene, hydrogen sulfide, xylene, toluene. According to the results of the research, it was found that at the control points the content of pollutants was within the maximum allowable concentrations, no excesses were recorded.the message says.
It is specified that monitoring of the state of atmospheric air in the Gagarinsky district of Sevastopol continues.
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