I decided to use the data on the wind rose and put it on the map, said today the People’s Representative from the coalition “We continue the change – Democratic Bulgaria” in the 19th MIR – Ruse Ivan Belchev.
In case of potential air pollution from the operation of the incinerator in Giurgevo, the most affected would be Marten and Sandrovo, followed by the eastern districts of Ruse. The central regions, although they are the closest to the location of the incinerator, but because of the rarely pronounced winds in that direction, would be the most spared, said the Ruse MP.
What atmospheric air pollution there will be at expected incinerator chimney outlet concentrations of nitrogen dioxide 28 mg/m3, carbon monoxide 37.5 mg/m3 and other pollutants, we cannot say with accuracy, he added.
What it will smell like when burning medically hazardous and non-hazardous waste, as well as waste of animal origin, investors cannot share, because it is not part of the investment project. And what will it smell like when they store non-hazardous medical waste at their site for up to 48 hours? We will all find out if their intention becomes a reality, warned Ivan Belchev.
Please familiarize yourself with the documentation on the MoEW website and give your opinion. You can give your opinion or sign until November 23 at the Information Service Center in the Ruse Municipality building, at the Complex Administrative Service Center in bl. 4 in “Dpyzhba” quarter 3, in the Ticket Center at 45 “Skobelev” Blvd. and in the building of the “Local Taxes and Fees” Directorate at 2 “Kotovsk” Street, the People’s Representative urged.
I already did it. I gave my negative opinion on the investment intention for the incinerator in Gyurghevo, he emphasized.