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Filters added to power plants


Filters added to power plants

Minister of Environment and Natural Resources Hamit Bakirci said that filters are soon to installed on chimneys of the Catalkoy’s power plant, smoke of which causes serious reaction from the environmentalists and residents of Northern Cyprus.
Mr. Bakirci said the filters were imported from Turkey and now three of the six filters will be installed. He also added that the company, formerly responsible for the installation of filters, was fined. Speaking live on ADA television, the Minister said that 2015 will be the year when residents Chatalkoy, Alagadi, and other nearby regions will be able to breathe clean air and not poisonous gases.

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07.09.2014

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