Young people taking pictures in the pool (Source: Fox News)
Overseas Network July 14th Recently, a lake in Siberia, Russia The green color and the “Novosibirsk Maldives” reputation, led everyone to take pictures. However, Siberian power generation company said that the lake is a artificially constructed toxic waste landfill and warned tourists not to enter the water.
According to the US Fox News, Siberian Power Company said that the interior of the man-made lake was an ashes dumped by a nearby coal-fired power plant. Although the artificial lake does not pose a threat to the environment, the lake contains a lot of chemicals that can cause allergic reactions. In addition, the bottom of the man-made lake is still very muddy, and it is difficult for people to come out after falling into the pool. The company said it had arranged security guards on Friday (12th) to block illegal intruders.
Siberian Power Generation issued a statement on a social networking site saying: “Last week, the Tez-5 waste pool in Novosibirsk became a popular spot on the Internet, but don’t swim in the pool. The water in the pool contains large amounts of calcium salts and metal oxides that can cause skin irritation. At the same time, don’t fall into the pool when you are taking a selfie, this is very dangerous!”