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Title: THE ACCIDENT AT A SEWERAGE STATION IN KHABAROVSK LED TO MASS DISCHARGE OF POLLUTED WATERS IN AMUR
Story Filed: Wednesday, May 03, 2000 12:17 AM EST
ST.PETERSBURG, RUSSIA. A half of sewerage waters of the city get to the clearance installments through this sewerage station. The station had to be stopped. The water is low in Amur, and emergency discharge of unrefined waters may lead to serious consequences.
Several pipeline stations, which take water from the river, are situated below the sewerage station. The Sanitary Epidemic Service warns the population against drinking unboiled water.
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