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Friday, 27.03.2015, 03:55
Although the state of Estonian waters is considered to be one of the best in Europe, the local sources of danger are still agriculture, wastewater, and heavy metals stored in sediments over the years, LETA/Public Broadcasting reports.
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Annual greenhouse gas (GHG) emissions in Lithuania amount to 4-5 tons per capita and are among the lowest in the European Union (EU), the European Environment Agency (EEA) said in a report The European Environment – State and Outlook 2015, informs LETA/ELTA.
The Riga customer service center of the Road Traffic Safety Directorate on Bauskas Street 86 is now fitted with an electric mobile charging station, the directorate informed LETA.
The amount of CO2 emissions in Latvia exceeds the average indicator in the world, reaching 7.5 tons a year, which is attributed to the economic recovery and increasing household income in the country, informs LETA.
Residents in 44 Latvian local governments overpaid a total of EUR 3,647,341 for waste management services from January 1, 2012 to June 30, 2014, the State Audit Office has concluded, cites LETA.
Residents of Latvia are overpaying for waste management services, the State Audit Office has concluded following a major audit, writes LETA.
In 2014, thermal power plant of UAB Fortum Klaipeda, which generates heat and electricity from waste and biofuel, incinerated 135,000 tonnes of biofuel and 141,000 of municipal and industrial waste, reports LETA/ELTA.