In Moscow, the water temperature in the local river Chertanovka has increased to nearly 50 degrees Celsius. This is due to the ingress of hot water there from a nearby CHP.
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Information about the “heating” of the reservoir was provided by channel 360, citing a personal source in the capital's law enforcement agencies. At the same time, the reasons for this situation, according to the media, were the discharge from the nearest thermal power plant. Mosenergo later denied the relevant information. It was indicated there that all CHPPs are operating normally, and there have been no discharges to Chertanovka.
TASS, with reference to the press service of PJSC MOEK, points out the lack of data on a possible emergency at the Moscow coolant. At the same time, emergency teams are sent, whose purpose is to control the situation.