Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

– Another horrendous environmental disaster happened on our planet. Now in Norilsk, Russia

– Experts believe the pollution is connected with a nearby nickel plant

– But the owner company denies all charges

The latest disaster from Russia is the extreme pollution of the formerly pristine Daldykan River, which is near the city of Norilsk in the Arctic Circle.

Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

According to local indigenous people, pollution of the river has something to do with a nearby nickel processing plant.

Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

They say that improperly treated industrial waste is responsible for the river's blood-red color.

Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

Despite all the facts, the company that owns the plant, Norilsk Nikel, has denied that their facility is experiencing any leakage.

Russian river turns bloody red, and it's horrendous

 

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