Environmental Assessment of the Impact of Tars on the Territory of the Rozdil State Mining and Chemical Enterprise “Sirka” (Ukraine)

  • Volodymyr PohrebennykEmail author
  • Elvira Dzhumelia
Part of the Studies in Systems, Decision and Control book series (SSDC, volume 198)


Acid tars belong to the large-tonnage waste of the oil industry, the utilization of which is a rather complex scientific and technological problem. The purpose of this work is an environmental assessment of the impact of tars on the territory of the Rozdil State Mining and Chemical Enterprise (SMCE), “Sirka”, anthropogenic load and the effectiveness of management actions to reduce the negative effects of pollution of the territory. All industrial wastes of the enterprise are sources of environmental hazard. They negatively affect not only soils and water objects of the enterprise territory but also neighboring territories, as well as the Dniester River. The main reason for this pollution is the non-performance of the project on maintaining ecological balance, monitoring, reclamation of the territory of the land due to insufficient funding for the implementation of projects. In this regard, sources of pollution (phosphogypsum, oil tars, lump sulfur, sulfur ore tails, solid waste) constantly affect the environment and over the years the situation remains dangerous.


Environmental assessment Oil tars Reclamation Soil pollution Water pollution 


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Authors and Affiliations

  1. 1.Department of Ecological Safety and Nature Protection ActivityLviv Polytechnic National UniversityLvivUkraine
  2. 2.Technical Institute, State Higher Technical School in Nowy SaczNowy SaczPoland

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