Filtration plant to begin operation at Lake Zdohnya
Just after the start of construction, reports surfaced that the CEO of the water canal was arrested in a criminal investigation. Construction continued as the new facility was completed as planned, Oblastnaya Gazeta reports.
Sergei Rakhmanov, the acting general director of the plant, said the sludge in the lake will begin to diminish with the operation of the facility, which is expected to provide the city with 55,000 additional cubic meters of water every day.
The purification plant has already begun sample cleanings and has removed 16 tons of de-watered sludge from the lake, according to Oblastnaya Gazeta.
While the official launch of the plant is expected to come later this week, the plant's full resources will not be put to use until the official signing of documents in the spring.
- Ural Airlines modifies rewards program
- Exhibition to celebrate Tchaikovsky's birthday
- Ural State Academy of Architecture and Arts hosts first StartUp Design Week
- URFU hosts annual natural history festival
- Robocenter added to map of important robotics centers
- Sverdlovsk housing market prices increase
- Volschansk Mechanical Plant expanding product range
- Sverdlovsk Regional Entrepreneurship Support Fund to accept applications for CMEF
- Over 4,500 residents have already lost jobs this year in Sverdlovsk
- USMU accepting Global Education program applicants