More chemical emissions recorded in occupied Crimea

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New emissions of hazardous chemicals into the atmosphere were recorded in the Russian-occupied Crimea, that's according to the report by the local meteorological center as of last week.

"According to the observations of two stationary posts, on March 4-11, 2019, the maximum permissible concentrations were observed for carbon monoxide – at 1.04; and hydrogen fluoride - at 1.8 MPC," the report says, according to Krym.Realii.

The meteorological center says in Yana Kapu, concentration of carbon monoxide is exceeded by 1.06 times, and hydrogen chloride – by 4.4 times.


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