The Wastewater Disposal System Modernization During Processing of Amber Deposit as a Way to Reduce the Anthropogenic Load on the Baltic Sea Ecosystem
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Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Vasilyevsky Island, 21st line 2, 199106, Saint-Petersburg, Russia
Publication date: 2019-03-01
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Alexey V. Strizhenok   

Saint-Petersburg Mining University, Vasilyevsky Island, 21st line, 2, 199106 Saint-Petersburg, Russia
J. Ecol. Eng. 2019; 20(3):30-35
The research is devoted to assessing the negative impact of the amber-succinite deposit in the Kaliningrad region as one of the sources of complex pollution of the Baltic Sea waters. The Baltic Sea is one of the most polluted water bodies in Europe today. There are many natural and anthropogenic factors that cause this ecological situation. Industry is one of the significant contributors to the pollution of the waters of the Baltic Sea. Industrial wastewater discharged into the Baltic Sea often does not complying with the state ecological standards. The wastewater disposal system modernization by creating a recycled water supply is one of the most effective ways to reduce the negative impact of industrial wastewater on the Baltic Sea ecosystem now days. This technological solution allows to significantly reduce or to completely prevent the discharge of wastewater into the Baltic Sea.
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