Up to third of Slovenian caves polluted, but situation improving
Ljubljana, 11 December - Karst caves in Slovenia have been recognised as a natural asset of national importance but waste accumulated in them remains a problem and poses a threat to underground sources of drinking water. Researcher and speleologist Jure Tičar estimates that about 20 to 30% of all Slovenian caves have been polluted with waste.
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