Heating was turned on in 99 percent of residential buildings and social facilities in Moscow. This was reported by the Moscow City Services Telegram channel.
According to Pyotr Biryukov, deputy mayor of the capital, the current regulations require heating to be turned on within five days, but now the corresponding work has been completed in three days: “First, we provided heat to social facilities, apartment buildings and office buildings, then we began to launch heating for retail and industry.”
Formerly the Committee on Energy and Engineering Support of St. Petersburg voiced timing of the start of periodic heating in the city. The gradual switching on of heat will take place from October 2. First of all, these will be schools and kindergartens, medical institutions and social security institutions.
Earlier, the mayor of Kyiv, Vitaliy Klitschko, warned residents of the capital of Ukraine about the upcoming difficult heating season. Read more about this in material Public News Service.
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