CPS during the audit found that only half of the waste water is cleaned in Dagestan, and 300,000 of untreated sewage every day fall into the Caspian Sea, told RIA Novosti spokesman Rospotrebnadzor regional Camila Gamzatov.
Sanitary sewage treatment plant in the state of human settlements remains unsatisfactory due to inefficient operation of sewage treatment facilities, lack of wastewater disinfection.
"The country is not being cleaned more than 52% of the waste water from the waste water still undergoing treatment, to the regulatory requirements brought about 74%. However, more than 300,000 cubic meters of untreated, sewage and runoff still pollute the Caspian Sea in Dagestan," — the chief of the department of sanitary supervision Rospotrebnadzor for Dagestan Larissa Pantin.
She said that the results of laboratory studies of sea water, conducted over the past four years, the sanitary and hygienic conditions on the coast remain extremely tense.
Rospotrebnadzor Dagestan compiled a list of measures for environmental safety and quality of the environment, in particular the department with activities for the construction and rehabilitation of sewerage and waste water treatment, the chief of the department.