Meteorologists again reported exceeding the maximum permissible concentrations of harmful substances in the Omsk air. Data about this was published on its website by the Ob-Irtysh UGMS.
On Wednesday, September 21, in Omsk, several pollutants exceeded the MPC at once. In the Soviet District, a stationary post recorded an increased amount of suspended particles (dust) in the air. It amounted to 1.5 MPC. In the Kirov district of Omsk, the maximum allowable concentration of carbon monoxide was found to be 1.1 times higher and that of nitrogen dioxide was 1.7 times higher.
In the Oktyabrsky district, as well as the day before, on September 20, an excess of the maximum concentration limit for formaldehyde was recorded. This time – 1.9 times.
Earlier, MK in Omsk also wrote that the regional Ministry of Natural Resources reported on an enterprise that allegedly became the culprit of ammonia and hydrogen sulfide emissions.