VILNIUS - The pollutants detected in the Baltic Sea on Monday are non-hazard, and no fine will be issued, Lithuania's Environmental Protection Department said.
"There will be no fine as there was no violation. The pollutants are non-hazards and dissolve completely," Jurgita Jasiuniene, spokeswoman for the department, told BNS.
According to the department, Latvia's Coastguard Service inspected the ION M tanker and found that it had transported palm oil which is attributed to non-hazardous pollutants, and following the offloading, the co...
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