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According to a report by Almaty.tv citing the press service of the Committee for Environmental Regulation and Control of the Ministry of Ecology and Natural Resources of the Republic of Kazakhstan, Kazzinc has been fined for polluting the Ulba River in the East Kazakhstan region following an unscheduled inspection.

The department highlighted that in January 2024, an unscheduled inspection was conducted concerning the pollution of the Ulba River attributed to the Ridder mining and processing complex of Kazzinc.

“During the unscheduled inspection, wastewater samples collected by specialists from the Department of Ecology revealed a 4.5-fold excess of manganese. It was also found that numerous discharges into the Ulba River were occurring due to improper operation of treatment facilities. Based on the findings of the unscheduled inspection, Kazzinc was fined 50 million tenge administratively, and an order was issued to rectify the violations,” stated the press service of the Environmental Control Committee.