One of Slovenia's most polluted caves to be cleaned

Pivka, 14 November - Waste accumulated in the Ravnica sunken cave, one of the most polluted caves in the country, will be removed under a EUR 400,000 agreement signed by the municipality of Pivka, south-west, and the Publikus public utility. The project is co-funded by the state and the EU and aims to help rewilder Pivka's intermittent lakes.

A pile of plastic waste at the regional waste management facility in Ljubljana.
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