Master class “Complex research and elimination of accumulated environmental damage objects”

Master class “Complex research and elimination of accumulated environmental damage objects”

The event passed
20 Apr 2021
Location
st. Miklukho-Maclay, 6, Conference Hall of the Faculty of Economics
About the event

20 April at 16:00 MSK

The Faculty of Ecology organizes a meeting with the President of the GC Corporation GazEnergoStroy, Deputy Chairman of the Committee of the Chamber of Commerce and Industry of the Russian Federation on Environmental Management Sergei Yakovlevich Chernin.

The speaker will talk about practical methods of eliminating the accumulated harm to the environment in the Nizhny Novgorod region at the facilities of the NVOS - the Black Hole, White Sea hazardous waste landfills, Igumnovo waste dumps, implemented as part of the Clean Country project, and will also present the second edition of his monograph, dedicated to a comprehensive study of objects of accumulated environmental damage (NVOS).

The event will also be attended by the scientific director of the All-Russian Research Institute of Ecology, Doctor of Chemistry, Professor, Academician of the Russian Academy of Natural Sciences Alexander Alexandrovich Solovyanov.

Students, postgraduates and everyone interested in this issue will also have a unique opportunity to get acquainted with the reasons for the emergence of most of the objects of the NVOS on the territory of the Russian Federation, the consequences of the existence and classification of such objects.

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