Barents Hot Spots Information System
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CodeK2
Hot spotGas emissions from Nadvoitsy Aluminium smelter, Nadvoitsy
RegionRepublic of Karelia
SectorMining sector
Reason for being a hot spotThe smelter is responsible for 97% of total air emissions in Nadvoitsy. Emissions from the smelter, particularly of fluorine compounds, create significant human health problems.
Status in elimination procedureIn progress
Environmental status in 2003 reportEmissions to air: 6800 t/year
Present statusIn 2011: Emissions to air: 8876 t/year
Joint projects 
Actions doneModernisation of the heat generation system and change of the company’s boiler plants to natural gas instead of coal and fuel oil.
Owner 
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The Barents Environmental Hot Spots Information System is sponsored by the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO).
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