• V. Loboichenko National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine
  • А. Bondarenko National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine
  • Н. Reznichenko National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine
  • Y. Koloshko National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine



water body, mineralization, emergency, anthropogenic impact, pollutant


Anthropogenic impact on the environment manifests itself in various negative forms. Emergencies are an additional factor that leads to environmental damage. Water resources, as one of the important elements of human life, need special attention, given the active industrial activity, unsatisfactory condition of equipment, hostilities, the spread of the COVID-19 epidemic. It is noted that the study of water state is carried out using quality indices and taking into account the territorial location of water bodies. Hazard identification is part of the timely prevention of emergencies related to the spread of pollutants in the environment.

In the work, within the methodology of prevention of emergencies related to the spread of pollutants in water bodies, a number of procedures necessary for its implementation are considered. The aim of the work is to study the peculiarities of the procedures for implementing methods of emergency prevention related to the spread of pollutants in water bodies of urbanized and non-urbanized areas, which include determining the impact of natural or anthropogenic hazards on water bodies.

It is necessary to take into account the places of sampling, sampling time, frequency of the study, the parameter by which the study is conducted. The procedures for obtaining the mineralization parameter on the example of water bodies of Lozivskiy district of Kharkiv region and assessment of their condition are considered in more detail. The determination of mineralization during December, January, April, May of three ponds, river and groundwater from urbanized and non-urbanized areas was carried out. It is noted that changes in their condition depend mainly on natural factors. At the same time, for all studied natural waters the normative parameter was exceeded. The necessity of researches of further procedures of realization of a methods of the prevention of such emergencies connected with definition of coefficient of identification of samples of water and acceptance of administrative decisions is specified.

Author Biographies

V. Loboichenko, National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine

Doctor of Technical Sciences, Professor, Professor Department of labor protection and technogenic-ecological safety

А. Bondarenko, National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine

adjunct Department of labor protection and technogenic-ecological safety

Н. Reznichenko, National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine

Candidate of Technical Sciences, Senior Lecturer Department of labor protection and technogenic-ecological safety

Y. Koloshko, National University of Civil Defense of Ukraine

Lecturer Department of labor protection and technogenic-ecological safety


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