According to Ria Novosti, the Novosibirsk Prosecutor's Office said on Tuesday that she had ordered a control in connection with the "Siberian Maldives" to test compliance with laws, especially those aimed at nature conservation. If there are reasons to do so, he will take appropriate criminal action.
The dam, which resembles the color of a tropical paradise in the ocean, is just a few minutes drive from the campus at the Novosibirsk University of Education and has recently been able to reach it without any problems. In recent weeks, the world's media have reported it, The New York Times has rewritten this site as "a chemical waste dump created for Instagram".
The Siberian Energy Society (SGK), whose coal-fired power plant and heating plant, reported last week that it had limited access to it and ordered it to be monitored continuously. New, "Siberian Maldives" are also run by police patrols.
Local environmental experts, according to the Radio Free Europe website, have warned people not to bathe in the pond, as they may have allergic reactions in contact with water or perhaps burn the skin. But SGK assures that all operations in its Novosibirsk branch meet the standards and Russian environmental laws.