Toxicological analysis of water drainage and ash dump Dobrotvir thermal power station

V. Baranov2, A. Banya1, L. Bodnar2, . Blayda3, . Karpenko1

1Department of Physico-Chemistry of Combustive Minerals of InPOCC NAS of Ukraine
3a, Naukova St., Lviv 79053, Ukraine
2Ivan Franko National University of Lviv
4, Hrushevskyi St., Lviv 79005, Ukraine
3I. Mechnikov National University of Odessa
2, Dvoryanskaya St., Odessa 65082, Ukraine
e.v.karpenko@gmail.com

The conducted genetic and physiological and biochemical analyzes of water and ash from the reservoir and drainage ditches Dobrotvir thermal power station (DTPS). It was established that the content of heavy metals in the studied samples is largely complies with the maximum allowable concentration (MAC), but when compared with similar surveys in 20102011 observed increase is isolated to individual metals. In conducted the physiological analyzes of stimulation observed morphometric parameters of Brassica napus L. seedlings in the aqueous extract of ash concentration of 2550 g/l, and an increase in the content of photosynthetic pigments concentration of 25 g/l. We found that the induction of chromosomal aberrations for the actions of ash DTPS about 35 times and by the action of water from drainage ditches and reservoirs DTPS 24 times compared with the control.


Keywords: thermal power station (TPS), heavy metals (HM), ash, ash dumps, water, toxicological analysis


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