Uralkali’s facilities are not located in specially protected natural areas (SPNA). The Company’s activities do not threaten species included in the Red List of the International Union for Conservation of Nature (IUCN) and Russia’s Red Books.

Uralkali annually takes measures to improve the state of biological resources in water bodies. These activities include the release of juvenile fish species to help restore local ecosystems. Uralkali has carried out artificial reproduction of biological resources annually since 2015.

In accordance with Russian legislation, the Company draws up plans for asset liquidatation during the early stages of a project and estimates the land rehabilitation costs. These costs are reassessed trhoughout the project’s implementation.