• Murmansk port broke the record for loading scrap metal

  • In the Murmansk port has loaded a record amount of scrap metal — 19 thousand tons. The previous record of 18.5 thousand tons kept for five years. On 11 April, reported the news Agency "BI-PORT".

    Transportation will be carried out on the ship "Tanais Flyer". Its length is 161 meters and width of 27 meters. The ship belongs to the organization "Spetsmaterialy". The company transportorul black metal to industrial enterprises of the Kola polar region and is involved in the project for the elimination of unauthorized dumps of vessels along the coast of the Kola Bay.

    In December 2016 the Governor of the Murmansk region Marina Kovtun has promised that within a year, the region launched more than 100 environmental projects. Into their number entered the program of cleaning of Kola Bay from sunken and sunken property. For these purposes from the Federal budget allocated about 50 million rubles.


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