Nitrobenzene slick not to enter sea, it stays mostly in Shongua and Amur
Considerable amount of harmful substance, which got into the Amur river in December last year from the China Shongua river after the accident on the chemical plant, has left in the river ice and bottom sediment.
`Nitrobenzene slick haven`t entered the Okhotskoye sea`, informed the head of Far-East administration of meteorology and environment monitoring Alexander Gavrilov on Monday.
According to his words, the last time, when the specialists detected nitrobenzene in the river water, was on January 21 in the area of the village Bogorodskoye of Ulchinsky district.
Gavrilov added, that `harmful substance concentration was extremely low, on the level of device receptiveness`.
The samples taken later showed no harmful substances in the river water.