the Inspectors of the State ecological Inspectorate (SEI) of the Central office on behalf of the Prime Minister Alexey Goncharuk conducted an inspection of PJSC "Mariupol iron and steel works of Mariupol" of Metinvest group. About it announced on Facebook, the acting Chairman of the SEI Egor Firsov.
February 4, the inspectors were allowed to conduct comprehensive inspections, during which revealed violations of environmental legislation, he said.
the Inspectors found that the company was doing overtime discharges of water in the period from September 4, 2019 to February 4, 2020. Also during the inspection it was found the violation in the sphere of waste management.
"the state Suffered losses amounting to 10.5 million hryvnia," - said Firsov.
HIE conducts unscheduled inspections at MMK them.Ilyich from 20 January after obradni individuals complained of improper storage of industrial waste (slag dumps).
Recall that last year Metinvest invested in environmental projects at Mariupol 82.6 million U.S. dollars.
In particular, the Ilyich steelworks has completed the reconstruction of gas cleaning plant of basic oxygen furnace # 3. Reconstruction of gas cleaning casting yards and bunker overpass blast furnace No. 3.
work Continues on the construction of the dust collection system of mixer Department. Also at the final stage is the most ambitious project this year – modernization of the sinter plant.
"Priority group Metinvest pays for environmental projects. We bring to international standards the work of the units with the highest emissions," - said General Director of Ilyich plant Taras Shevchenko.
At the end of 2019 the boiler. Lenin increased the production of finished rolled metal by 15% to 3,337 million tons. Steel production for the year increased by 11% to 3,562 million tons and pig iron – by 1%, to 4,453 million tons.
MMK im. Lenin is part of the Dutch mining and metallurgical holding Metinvest B.V. (Metinvest). The shareholders of the company Rinat Akhmetov's SCM group (71,24%) and "Smart holding" Vadim Novinsky (from 23.76%).