Olkhon Island is one of the most famous tourist attractions on the Baikal Lake. For everyone who has ever been there, the powerful energy and strength of the island sticks with them forever. The Baikal Lake must be carefully taken care of. The preservation of its purity depends on everyone who visits to the lake.
Making a contribution to preserving the nature of the Baikal Lake, the Baikalsea Company volunteer team disembarked on Olkhon island in late August, organising the cleaning up of debris from the Baikal lake coast. The areas that were cleaned up were the coastal areas near the village of Kharantsy and a plot of forest near the village of Khuzhir. All the rubbish collected by the company was removed from the island for subsequent sorting and disposal or recycling.
Ruslan Kokovin, the General Director noted that "the BAIKALSEA Company makes every possible effort to preserve the flora and fauna of the Baikal Lake. This ideology is sincerely shared by every employee. For a number of years, our company has been collaborating with a number of camp sites on Olkhon island — we collect empty glass and plastic bottles from our products from them and take them way from the island for further processing. A separate waste collection and disposal system has long been introduced at every facility of the BAIKALSEA Company. It is also a part of our overall environmental policy.’’
The BAIKALSEA Company is a Russian producer of the Baikal water in the premium segment, a leading producer of bottled water from artesian sources: the Baikal Pearl natural water, the Baikal Reserve mineral water, and the BAIKAL430 deep Baikal water.