There are no Dangerous Levels of Harmful Substances in the Air After the Fire in Sofia
There are no dangerous levels of harmful substances in the atmospheric air after the fire of Tsarigradsko shose, announced Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Waters in Sofia.
A survey was carried out by the Regional Inspectorate of Environment and Water with the Gasmet DX 4040 after a fire in the region of Tsarigradsko shose.
The instantaneous values of the atmospheric air quality measurements, measured in close proximity to the plant for the production of plastic pipes to "Hydrotechnologies" Ltd., did not report dangerous levels of harmful substances in the ambient air, and at the moment of measurement the concentrations were below the limits of detection.
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