Harmful emissions into the atmosphere from the Crimean Titan plant could be caused either by a human factor and a corporate conflict or the saline groundwater used for production needs amid fresh water shortage.
Accidents and Emergencies
The occupation authorities in Crimea, despite the obvious signs of an environmental disaster in the town of Armyansk, are in no hurry to declare emergency situation on the peninsula. To record the facts of human rights violations, Ukraine submitted the information about the situation to UN, OSCE, WHO, ICRC.
On September 4-7, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in Ukraine, apart from the western part of the country.
On Monday, September 3, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in most regions of Ukraine.
There were 452 fires reported in Ukraine over the past day, according to the State Emergency Service.
From August 30 to September 4, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in southern, eastern and central regions of Ukraine.
Today, August 29, thunderstorms, heavy rains and squalls of 20 m / s are expected in northern, Vinnytsia and Khmelnytsky regions.
Since the start of the year, explosive ordnance disposal teams of the State Emergency Service of Ukraine have disposed 47,162 explosive devices, including 630 areal bombs of previous wars, the press service of the State Emergency Service reports.
On Tuesday, August 28, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in Kyiv and Kyiv region.
Unknown substance was released into the atmosphere in the occupied Crimea.
There were 497 fires reported in Ukraine over the past day, according to the State Emergency Service.
As of Sunday morning, August 26, 53 populated areas in Lviv and Volyn regions were left without electricity supply because of bad weather conditions.
On August 25-27, extreme level of fire hazard is expected in the territory of Ukraine.
On Saturday, August 25, thunderstorms, hail and squalls are expected in the western regions of Ukraine.