The ecological crisis is a mismatch between the growing scale of human activity in order to satisfy one’s vital needs to the restoration capabilities of nature. Local effects on nature today can be noted almost everywhere. These are growing garbage dumps around large cities, dumping of polluted wastewater into water bodies, pollution of agricultural land with pesticides, etc. It is worth mentioning environmental pollution by oil and oil products during production and transportation, as well as in emergency situations. Due to the transfer of pollution by surface runoff and air masses, the scale of anthropogenic influence has become global.
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