In the Voronezh region due to sewage in the river killed all the fish
In the Voronezh region, activists and local residents concerned about the environmental state of the river Chigla Dry. Treatment facilities in the district do not actually work, and wastes from sewage flowing directly into the river. As a result, almost all the fish died.
The longest lasted carp. But they floated belly up. Oily film pulled the plug for the inhabitants of the Dry river Chigla. Rotting fish wave washed ashore. Gulls and cormorants refuse to take easy prey. The local cats and dogs bypass the swollen carp side. The fish rots in the reeds. The stench of the wind carries for miles. The inhabitants of the village bottom Veduga used to take water from the river for household purposes. Now I'm afraid to go near a footbridge.
The cause of mass Mora fish you can find, having only a couple of kilometers upstream. Here is located the sewage treatment plant of the district Talovaya. Three hundred cubic meters per day. From this pipe a poisonous water enters the Dry river Chigla. In the local budget for 2 years no money for the reconstruction of the system of cleaning the sewers. This company was built 8 years ago. The capacity of 2.5 thousand cubic meters per day. The system is mechanical and biological sewage treatment was supposed to take care of the local ecology. Only now it rusts.
Septic tanks are empty, because the enterprise has no funds for normal operation. It was built in the hope that new homes and businesses will join the Central sewer. But the residents do not hurry to refuse cesspools. And so now local officials are wondering where to take money for the reconstruction of treatment facilities. And while the fetid waters without biological treatment into a river. To block the toxic source is not possible today. Damage caused by nature, are not counted. In the laboratory, scientists are preparing a report on the samples taken from the river. Its chemical composition may form the basis of the criminal case. Onf activists hint at such developments. To delay the investigation can go no further. There is a risk of toxic emissions. We can not exclude the possibility of penetration of infection from the river to the horizon with drinking water.