Bulgaria demands answers from Romania for Nikopol’s ammonia pollution
The most likely cause is the fertilizer plant in Turnu Magurele, according to monitoring data
The most likely cause of the higher levels of ammonia is the Romanian fertilizer plant in Turnu Magurele, according to monitoring data. In her letter Karadjova asks whether the Romanian authorities have taken proper measures to stop the pollution.
Romania was also asked why the data transmission from some of the Romanian stations has ceased. The two countries operate a joint monitoring system for air quality in the Bulgarian and Romanian border towns along lower Danube.