Fish Farms in Ararat Valley Disturbed Operation of Drainage Systems
July 28, 2021 at 15:06 | Sevan | Ararat | Armavir
The results of the measurement of water discharged from the collector drainage networks of the Ararat Valley by "Meloracia" CJSC showed that the majority of fish farms (about 90%), violating the drainage conditions stipulated by the water use permits, dump the return water to collector drainage networks thus disturbing
Illegal Soil Management in Armavir Region
July 26, 2021 at 17:58 | Officials | Armavir
An unknown person extracted a mountain range from the land located in Getashen Community, Armavir Region, without soil management right of entrails use
NABU: 60% of Storks in Ararat Region Polluted
July 16, 2021 at 15:43 | Biodiversity | Ararat | Armavir
Almost 60% of storks in Ararat region are polluted, as the Armenian branch of the German Society for the Conservation of Nature (NABU) informs
Around 300,000 Trees To Be Planted in Armenia on 25 April
April 21, 2021 at 13:36 | Officials | Aragatsotn | Ararat | Armavir | Gegharkunik | Kotayk | Lori | Shirak | Syunik | Tavush | Vayots dzor | Yerevan
Within the framework of "10 Million Trees" initiative, a nationwide tree planting will be carried out on April 25 in the whole territory of the Republic of Armenia. It is planned to plant about 300 thousand trees
ANPP Thermal Treatment Plant Ready for Operation'
December 24, 2020 at 12:20 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
The assembly works of the regenerative thermal treatment metal body of the reactor of the Armenian Nuclear Power Plant (ANPP) N 2 power unit have been completed
To What Extent Ferik Is Protected against Radiation Dangers?
December 01, 2020 at 15:11 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
If necessary, according to Community Head, the residents shall be evacuated to Aparan, but the inter-community roads are in a poor condition, which can cause difficulties in organizing a quick evacuation in case of danger
Worries of Khoronq Adjacent to ANPP
November 30, 2020 at 13:06 | Nuclear Energy | Armavir
In Khoronq, 7 km away from the nuclear power plant, which has 3020 residents, there are no shelters, whereas basements are planned as a hideout