Dredging in Lake Urmia has been halted

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Dredging in Lake Urmia has been halted

Dredging in Lake Urmia has been halted

Reports indicate that dredging operations have been stopped after the release of images of biological dredging in Lake Urmia

Zahra Keshvari, an environmental reporter, wrote that the dredging was carried out without an environmental permit, and the provincial natural resources organization was unaware of it

Mehr News Agency, citing the public relations of the Environmental Protection Organization, announced that the dredging plan is being carried out experimentally to stabilize the loose sands, only in a 60-square-meter area of the lake bed without vegetation cover

According to this report, biological dredging is biodegradable and does not harm the lake ecosystem. Zahra Keshvari stated that biological dredging was first used in 2015 in the Jabalkandi area next to Lake Urmia, and natural resources experts have evaluated the plan as successful


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