Photo: press-service of administration of Nakhodka
Local residents have removed debris from the shoreline of the Bay Musatova in Nakhodka, Primorsky Krai in the framework of the national project “Ecology”. VladNews reported.
According to the newspaper, cleaning the coastal area of the Bay has been the volunteers of the campaign “Water of Russia” — employees of the company “Port Eastern Gates — Primorsky Zavod”. It is specified that they not only removed the debris but filled with gravel pit road. After the cleaning was taken almost 9 cubic meters of debris.
“The coastline does not have a tenant, bathing here is not allowed, and yet the beach is very popular. Often students and visitors do not consider it necessary to take place with the rest of the garbage, thereby turning a beautiful place into a dump”, — quotes the edition of the rally organizers.
Only the national project “Ecology” will spend four trillion rubles, three of which will receive from investors. In the framework of the national project, in particular, implemented such Federal projects as “Clean water” and “the preservation of the unique water objects”, which by 2024, more than 90 percent of Russians will provide high-quality drinking water from centralised water supply systems, rivers, lakes and reservoirs clean from household and other debris. The first Federal project allocated to 245 billion rubles, the second — to 15.2 billion.
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