The Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky Far Eastern incident, in which the truck driver dumped eight tons of fish waste on one of the central streets, is unacceptable and violates the rules of beautifying the city. This was stated by the governor of Kamchatka Krai Vladimir Ilyukhin, writes "Kam-24".
"At a time when our efforts are most focused on making Petropavlovsk cleaner and more comfortable for residents and guests, some find it for reasons that may be incompatible with irresponsibility and negligence," said the head of the region.
He added that he commissioned to create order in the organization of freight transport in the city. In particular, the environmental inspectorate and the Ministry of Fisheries will have to find out why waste has been transported through the historic center and the city authorities to take administrative measures.
In turn, the head of Petropavlovsk Vitaly Ivanenko noted that it was forbidden to dump garbage on the road, roadsides, ditches and sidewalks in the city. "We will draw up an appropriate protocol," the mayor assured, adding that a legal person violates these requirements, a fine of up to 150,000 rubles is offered.
It is also noted that the management of the offending company has already cleaned the waste route. The road services will finally get the job in order.
On March 24, it was announced that the Petropavlovsk-Kamchatsky incident was due to the negligence of the driver who incorrectly held the side of the truck. Eyewitnesses have recorded the consequences of what happened in the video. The truck driver was promised to take responsibility for the pollution of the road and for the operation of the vehicle with abnormal body attachment.
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