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The heating season in Khabarovsk starts on October 3

The heating season in Khabarovsk starts on October 3

The heating season will begin in Khabarovsk from October 3. First, objects of social and cultural infrastructure will be connected to the heat supply. It will become warmer in houses and office buildings from October 8.

The decree on the beginning of the heating season in the city was signed by Mayor Sergei Kravchuk. According to Andrei Vanyukov, head of the energy supply and fuel department of the Khabarovsk administration's profile department, the heating will be turned on when the average daily atmospheric temperatures do not rise above +8 degrees for five days. Now there is a gradual decrease in air temperature, the rooms are getting cooler, so the authorities decided to supply heat soon.

According to the press service of the city administration, consumers in Khabarovsk are mainly connected to an open hot water supply system: the same hot water enters the taps and batteries. According to the norms, its temperature should not be lower than +60 degrees, which means that the water supplied from the CHP should be at least +70 degrees. Now the opportunity to adjust the temperature in the premises is available to service organizations in the heating inputs of buildings. Residents can regulate the temperature in their homes using heating radiators.

It usually takes up to ten days to start the heating season. According to Andrey Vanyukov, this time utilities and power engineers hope to keep within seven days.

This year DGK JSC, in preparation for the heating season, repaired 5,3 km of pipelines and spent 404 million rubles on this. The municipal enterprise "Teplovye Seti" restored 12 km of highways and spent 500 million rubles.

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