A very tired lake | Over 100 tires found in Turgoyak lake in Russia

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During coastal waste collecting day ‘The waters of Russia’, which is a part of the national ‘Ecology’ project, a bunch of tires were found at the bottom of Turgoyak lake in Chelyabinsk area. Over 100 tires were picked up within a week. The tires allegedly come from the machinery assembled at BelAZ, Belarusian automobile plant.

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