Barents Hot Spots Information System
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CodeA1
Hot spotSolombala pulp and paper mill, Arkhangelsk
RegionArkhangelsk Oblast
SectorIndustrial sector
Reason for being a hot spotAir emission is almost 20% of total in Arkhangelsk, all air pollution with specific contaminates and dust originates from SPPM. SPPM waste water treatment plant treats both, its own waste waters and communal effluents. In total, it is 85% of total waste water discharge from the city.
Status in elimination procedureIn progress
Environmental status in 2003 reportEmission to air: 8480 t/year, discharges to water: n/d.
Present statusIn 2011: Emission to air: 6200 t/year, In 2010: Wastewater discharge: 59.9 million m3/year.
Joint projects 
Actions doneThe production of pulp and paper - and the emissions - were ceased in 2013. The wastewater treatment plant continues to receive part of city's wastewaters. Transferring of the ownership of the WWTP from the company to the city remains to be solved.
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The Barents Environmental Hot Spots Information System is sponsored by the Nordic Environment Finance Corporation (NEFCO).
It is built and maintained by the Arctic Centre, University of Lapland
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