During the month, the institution worked actively on the implementation of investor control and reporting on the implementation of projects financed by the Enterprise for the Management of Environmental Protection Activities under the National Campaign “Clean Environment”. 12 realized objects on the territories of schools, kindergartens and crèches in populated areas of the municipalities of Rakovski, Asenovgrad, Karlovo, Saedinenie, Parvomai and the Central, Trakia and Severen regions of Plovdiv. The experts of RISV – Plovdiv have accepted the work on built mini-courts for football, basketball and volleyball, sports facilities and equipment created eco-animals for themed outdoor lessons, bird and insect houses, bins for separate waste collection, planted trees and shrubs, designated new green areas, etc. These will be of direct benefit to the ecological education of adolescents.
Since during the entire summer season (April 1 – September 30) no exceedances of the daily average value for the protection of human health according to the indicator “fine dust particles” (FPC10) were detected, in October at both automatic air quality monitoring points of in the territory of Plovdiv, the norms for this indicator were exceeded. According to the daily bulletins on the quality of the atmospheric air in the country, according to the information of NIMH, the reason for the increased concentrations of FPCH10 at the end of October was the transfer of desert dust from the Sahara. According to an established methodology, the analysis of these excesses of norms from natural sources will be carried out in 2024 by the Ministry of Environment and Water on the basis of the data collected for the entire calendar year 2023.
After receiving reports of damage caused by bears, emergency inspections were carried out on site. Damage was found to bee farms, orchards and vineyards owned by residents of Karlovo and the village of Narechenski Bani, Asenovgrad Municipality. Payment of compensation to persons with damaged property is pending, based on the prepared interdepartmental protocols with the participation of representatives of the state forestry farms, municipalities and the Regional Directorate of Forestry.
In October, an expert of the RISW – Plovdiv participated in the annual brown bear monitoring within the National System for Monitoring the Status of Biological Diversity along routes according to a schedule approved by the Environmental Protection Agency. It was carried out in partnership with state forestry and hunting farms.