An oil slick has covered the protected beaches of Thailand
The most popular resort in the national park of Siam is experiencing an ecological disaster
Vladivostok. July 31. VOSTOK-MEDIA - An oil slick formed as a result of the spill of 50 tons of crude oil in the South China Sea, has now reached one of the beaches of the resort island of Koh Samet in Thailand, reports turist.ru.The oil spill occurred in the South China Sea as a result of leaks in the tanker company PTT Global Chemical Plc, raw materials are transported to one of the local refineries. Leak occurred in 20 km from the coast. As a result, oil spot length of 2.5 km and a width of about 800 meters. According to the company, it was able to collect about 70% of the spilled oil, said Bangkokpost.
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