Fear of pollution post-floods upsets locals in Koroška

Fear of pollution post-floods upsets locals in Koroška

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ARSO has commissioned sampling soil and river slit at four locations in the Meža Valley after the region of Koroška was hit by catastrophic floods in early August. CE Report quoting STA Agency

The allowed content of lead and zinc has been significantly exceeded in the soil whose samples were tested by the company Envit upon commission by the local from Prevalje, who posted the test results on Facebook. The content of cadmium is also rather high.

His posting has upset the social media community, but Prevalje Mayor Matic Tasič said the municipality is awaiting the official test results before taking action.

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