What potentially dangerous objects are located in your city, area? What danger do they pose for the population?

Here you should indicate the radiation hazardous facilities located in your area (nuclear power plants, research organizations, nuclear waste storage facilities, nuclear ships with facilities for their support); chemically dangerous fire and explosive objects (enterprises of the chemical, petrochemical and oil refining industries); gas and oil pipelines, hydraulic structures (dams and dams on reservoirs and reservoirs of industrial effluents and waste); utilities (water and communication pumping stations, transformer substations, boiler rooms). This list can be supplemented with other potentially dangerous objects.
After specifying specific objects, it should be explained why they are dangerous and what consequences the emergence of emergency situations can lead to.

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