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In the modern world is increasingly important the need for careful attitude to Nature. The fact that the land, rivers, forests and fauna is the intrinsic value, perhaps the main value that has nature, humanity has understood long ago. In order to live in our common home, we need to develop some common rules of behavior. These rules are mostly local in nature. They are most often to the development and implementation of low-waste production, to cleanse the environment of impurities, that is - to the protection of nature.

To meet these local requirements, there is no need for any mega events: everything is solved by the culture of the population, technological and, mainly, ecological literacy and discipline of local officials.

During the construction and exploitation of power lines, the problems associated with the mass death of birds from electrocution on reinforced concrete supports and contamination of soil and water from the use as impregnation of wooden poles of obsolete dangerous preservatives come to the fore. Defeat birds electric shock on power lines is now one of the most acute problems of wildlife conservation in many regions of the world.

In Russia, it appeared 40 years ago, when the old wooden electric poles were replaced with reinforced concrete ones. These poles turned out to be disastrous for birds, especially large ones.

According to experts, about 7,000,000 birds die from electrocution in the European part of Russia every year, and the damage is estimated at 30-50 billion rubles.

Pollution of soil and water dangerous preservatives wooden poles question is as urgent. In Russia still used the wooden poles impregnated with such harmful reagents as creosote. And not only used the previously installed poles, but also commissioned new in the reconstruction and construction. Meanwhile, oil antiseptics, for example creosote, have a first class of danger. After treatment, creosote isn’t fixed in the wood. Wooden poles impregnated with creosote lose approximately 7% of their preservative annually. Department of health and environmentalists have long been seeking a ban on the use of these reagents.

In most countries of the world, including the United States, the United Kingdom, Australia and New Zealand, European countries, antiseptics of the CCA group have been used for more than 90 years. Poles impregnated with these antiseptics are environmentally safe and absolutely harmless to humans, animals, the environment for the entire life of the product.

Used at the Seesyarvskiy Poles Impregnation Plant foreign antiseptic CCA, has a very important advantage over copper and chromium based agents, fluoride compounds, boron compounds and many others. This advantage lies in the extremely strong fixation in the wood. Antiseptic doesn’t wash out with time from wood, doesn’t lead to environmental pollution.