Из-за проблем с вывозом мусора количество невывезенных твердых бытовых отходов во Львове ежедневно растет на 200 тонн. Об этом сообщает ZAXID.
По словам руководителя управления здравоохранения Львовского горсовета Владимира Зуба, накопленный мусор во Львове рекордно близок к вспышке кишечных инфекций.
"Наблюдая за динамикой накопления мусора, а также учитывая стабильность повышенной температуры воздуха, я как начальник управления здравоохранения должен заявить, что в городе сейчас очень высокий риск вспышек кишечных инфекций. Риск нанесения ущерба здоровью жителям таким высоким, как сегодня, никогда не был. Поэтому если мы не обеспечим регулярный вывоз мусора, нас могут ждать неприятные последствия, связанные со здоровьем жителей города", - заявил Владимир Зуб.
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